Kettering chairman Imraan Ladak has insisted the club still has a future despite on-going financial problems.
The Poppies face a winding-up order and have a three-point deduction hanging over their head if they do not pay creditors by the end of February.
"Supporters are correct in being annoyed and frustrated with the situation," Ladak told BBC Radio Northampton.
"They have the right to blame me [but] they don't have the ins and outs."
Caretaker boss Mark Cooper has refused to take charge of the team until his players are paid but club captain Sol Davis has ruled out a strike and the players will travel to Wrexham on Saturday.
"It's not something that anyone is going to be happy to hear [players not being paid in full]", added Ladak.
"You see what difficulties are being created for individuals and it is not nice at all.
"Of course we are unhappy. We put money in in October, November, December and January to assist and we have paid a lot of creditors part or full payment along the way."