Belles manager Andy Butler says his squad will come back with a fresh sense of determination once they are able to resume football-related activities.
The second national lockdown of 2020 means the three fixtures scheduled for November have been suspended, with even training sessions unable to take place until December.
Butler said: “It’s a frustrating time for everyone, we would all much rather be out there playing or training but at times like this safety has to come first.
“We had a really good October in the league and while we were all hoping to continue, we know we’ve laid the foundations ready for when we come back - and I know all the girls will be raring to go and continue working hard, learning and giving their all for the club.”
With training not allowed during the lockdown, the players have all been given schedules to follow at home.
Butler added: “Luke our physio has shared some sessions for them to do, whether at home or in their local park so I’ve no doubt they will all be in good shape when we are able to return.”