Bury have undertaken "positive discussions" over potential new investment as the club continues to battle for their future.
Bury manager Kevin Blackwell faced the press alone this lunchtime, unable to offer any assurances over the clubs future.
Bury Chairman Brian Fenton says without new investors the club could go out of business.
The game between Mansfield Town and Bury has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
No date has been set yet for the game to be played.
Bury Football Club is due to formerly reveal former Barnsley boss David Flitcroft as the new manager. He replaces Ronnie Jepson, who was placed in charge after the club sacked Kevin Blackwell in October.
Flitcroft, played more than 100 games for the club between 2004 and 2006.
Bury's new chairman, property developer Stewart Day, has laid on free travel for tonight's trip to Norwich in the Capital One Cup.
They've laid on 15 coaches for the 400 mile round trip. The League Two club almost went out of business earlier this year but the new chairman hopes to change fortunes.
Bury FC, who are bottom of League One, say they need £1million to survive.
The board say they are in discussions with investors.
Bottom of league one club Bury , say they need one million pounds to survive. Today they made an official plea for new investors to come forward.
Manager Kevin Blackwell faced the press alone this afternoon and admitted it was all "as clear as mud."
Bury released a statement from the board detailing "positive discussions" in the wake of yesterday's announcement.
The statement read: "The board can confirm that we have had positive discussions with potential investors to secure the long-term future of Bury Football Club.
"We anticipate that the investment funds being requested will be used to continue running the club in a normal trading manner which would include paying outstanding creditors and season ticket commitment.
"We would hope that supporters will continue to support the club in the remaining fixtures."