They were relegated after surrendering a 3-1 lead to lose 4-3 at home to Chorley last Saturday.
It’s been a torrid second half of the National League North season, who didn’t improved following the departure of manager Andy Morrell in February.
Mike Fowler couldn’t keep the team up and they will next season be playing at the lowest level for over 20 years.
Andrews has given an interview to Birmingham Live’s Matt Panter explaining what happens next.
He said: “Of course, I am very disappointed with the way things have gone this season.
“We feel, as a club, we belong at a higher level than we will now find ourselves in but you have to earn that right and we haven’t delivered on the pitch this We are big enough and strong enough to fight back from this and we will do.
“We will regroup and come out fighting and I hope the fans will come back again next season and help us.
“We need to discuss what needs to be done as a club,” Andrews explained to the website. “At the moment, although we know we are going down, the league below is an unknown scenario.
“The division is changing and we don’t know what we will be up against as yet. But, as I say, we are determined to bounce back.”