WITH safety already secured, Guiseley joint-manager Russ O'Neill says the survival pressure is off his side for their final game tomorrow.

The Lions ensured Vanarama National League North status for another season following a 1-0 win over Darlington at Nethermoor on Easter Monday. Kaine Felix's strike was enough to seal the vital victory for his side.

They now hope to give their supporters further cheer when they travel to managerless Kidderminster Harriers tomorrow. Mark Yates, who had been in caretaker charge at the 10th-placed West Midlands club, left last weekend and player Jimmy O'Connor has stepped into the hotseat.

Guiseley are now guaranteed to finish the campaign fourth-from-bottom, seven points clear of the bottom three and eight point behind Curzon Ashton in 18th ahead of the last round of matches.

O'Neill said: "I'm really pleased for everybody at the club.

"After the FA Cup results, we've not been able to be where we expected and get what we wanted, but everybody has been rock solid. I said to everybody at the start of the season that we have a job to do. We are debt-free for the first time in 20 odd years. We've got a good platform. The board of directors, the chairman, have all been rock solid.

"When we went to recruitment, it was all about character. There's not one player that we have had this season that we can say has not given his all for Guiseley Football Club. I'm pleased we have got over the line ourselves.

"It's four unbeaten at home after Darlington.

"It's good for everybody to just go and enjoy the last game of the season at Kidderminster with less pressure on us and see if we can finish on a high.

"We didn't crumble. Staying up is just a result for everybody at this football club.

"All the supporters will be there at Kidderminster, their heads have never gone down. The high was then FA Cup and got knocked out of the FA Trophy. Picked up injuries, here there and

"If results had not gone our way on Monday, I would still have fancied our boys to win at Kidderminster.

"We will go to Kidderminster and try to get the three points.

"We have a few days to recharged and be ready to go at Kidderminster."

Fellow joint-manager Marcus Bignot will make a return to Aggborough after making 48 appearances for Harriers in two spells, in the 1996/97 season and in 2010.

Meanwhile, Cliff Moyo was named Craig Shearstone Guiseley AFC Supporters' Club player of the season. He was presented with his prize at the Darlington game.

Moyo tweeted: "Thankyou to everyone that voted for me as GAFC supporters' player of the season. Nice way to end our last home game with three points and safety."