THE Shrimpers Trust will look to discuss a newly agreed action plan with Southend United chairman Ron Martin amid uncertainty surrounding the club's future.

Blues sit rock bottom of the League Two table after and have just six weeks to settle an unpaid tax bill of close to £500,000.

And the Trust, a fans organisation for the Shrimpers, are now seeking clarity from Martin.

In a statement issued on their website the Trust said: “Yesterday evening the Shrimpers Trust held a board meeting at which the future of the club was discussed at length.

“We agreed an action plan with some key positive steps agreed, and this will now urgently be considered with Ron Martin. We are mindful of the need to act quickly and will be looking to communicate more in the coming days.

“Meanwhile, we are immensely encouraged by the significant increase in new members coming to the Trust in recent days and we would like to thank you all as well as those of you who are existing members or in the process of renewing your subscription.

“Without your support we could not do what we do which is to act in the best interests of all for the future of the football club that we all love.