NO decision is expected on the conclusion of York City's National League North season until after of the English Football League's (EFL) meeting on June 8.

At the point in which the season was suspended, York City sat at the top of the Vanarama National League North table, two points ahead of King's Lynn Town who had played two games less.

National League clubs have yet to be offered a vote on how to resolve the campaign since the remaining the regular season matches were cancelled, whether by points-per-game, play-off matches or calling the season null and void.

Any decision by the National League looks dependant upon the decision-making of the EFL, who have set a meeting date for Monday, June 8.

The EFL aim to seal proposals of a framework laid out earlier this month which stated that promotion and relegation will take place, as well as play-off matches. The EFL board have agreed upon the framework but clubs now need to approve this.

Championship clubs wish to resume their fixtures, League One clubs are currently undecided while League Two clubs would prefer to curtail the season.

An EFL statement said: "A decision on whether or not to curtail the season is a matter to be considered by clubs in any affected division, but only once a framework for resolving open issues in such circumstances has been agreed by all members across all divisions through a regulation change.

"The EFL articles allow member clubs the opportunity to propose amendments to regulations and should any club wish to propose an alternative, it must do so by submitting such a proposal by no later than 2pm on Tuesday, 2 June.

"The EFL will issue any notice of meeting later that day. Any such Club proposals will be considered at the same meeting as the Board’s proposal."