ST ASAPH City manager Daniel Brewerton praised the direction of the club after a series of key appointments behind the scenes.

The Lock Stock Ardal Northern League side confirmed the arrival of David Carlisle, who will be working as the Saints’ vice-chairman going forward.

Another notable addition to the set-up is Richard Bates, who will be the club’s photographer for the upcoming Tier 3 campaign, with Kieran Tierney agreeing to take on the role of media officer in the coming months.

This is the latest in a series of positive developments at Roe Plas, with City securing the necessary licence from the Football Association of Wales to continue playing in the third-tier despite floods damaging their ground and facilities earlier this year.

Brewerton has managed to put together a squad more than capable of being competitive against some quality opposition next term, and the boss was hugely complimentary of the work being done to improve the structure of the set-up.

He said: “The club is really going from strength to strength off the field, we’re putting things in place to ensure we keep growing and be something the community can be really proud.

“We’ll have another new committee member confirmed soon and he’s someone again that has been around local football for a long time and will be a great asset to our club.

“Even in these difficult times, we’re getting more people wanting to join our supporters' club and lots of seat sponsors for our new stand.

“I think we’ve done over a quarter of the seats already without really pushing it, then there will be the official sponsor of the stand itself, something we’ve have already secured and will be officially announced prior to the new season commencing.”

When the new campaign will get underway remains unclear, but Brewerton added he is working towards a mid-to-late October start during current training sessions.