GUISELEY will wind up their pre-season preparations with a home clash against Gateshead on Saturday.

It will be the last opportunity for manager Steve Kittrick to formulate his plans before their first Blue Square Conference North campaign kicks off with a home game against Nuneaton on August 14..

Throughout his team’s six friendlies to date he has been taking the opportunity to look at his new signings and some trialists too.

Perhaps his most pressing concern is to decide who will replace the injured Jon Worsnop in goal.

The former Eastwood, Doncaster and Barnsley stopper Jan Budtz became the latest to pull on the keeper’s jersey when Guiseley defeated Farsley 5-0 at Throstle Nest last Saturday.

He is the fourth stopper to have been given a chance to claim the position.

David Scarsella, Steven Drench and Josh Mimms are the others who have featured in the Guiseley goal.

The experienced Budz did have the satisfaction of keeping a cleansheet – only the second of Guiseley’s warm-up programme.

Another new player to be given the chance to shine at Farsley was Nigerian midfieldman Chibuzor Chilaka.

He 24-year-old had spells with Notts County and Leicester before going to Hull University to study.

He plays for the English Universities and passed his first examination with the Lions by scoring twice as a second-half substitute.

His goals helped put the seal on a convincing victory over a Farsley side under the stewardship of former Guiseley manager Neil Parsley.

Farsley are trying to pick themselves up after last season’s financial problems but were no match for an eager Guiseley side.

Once again Jamie Walshaw was in the thick of the action.

He had already had one penalty appeal turned down when he was fouled in the area and got up to drive home the penalty kick.

Walshaw also scored the second when he drove in a free kick after being fouled outside the penalty area.

Chilaka chipped netted in the 47th and 85th minutes, either side of another goal for close-season capture Darryn Stamp Tougher tests now lie ahead as Kittrick and his men prepare for their final friendly.