ST ASAPH City have confirmed an impressive-looking management team for the upcoming campaign.

A sensational effort behind the scenes ensure the Saints’ secured their Tier 3 Licence from the Football Association of Wales, and they will now be part of the North West regional league next term.

Manager Daniel Brewerton is heading into his third season at the helm, and the club has confirmed that Jamie Roberts and Lewis Hensey will for his backroom staff next season.

Roberts enjoyed a hugely successful 20-year playing career across the region, with Hensey joining the set-up last summer after spending time working with the Prestatyn Town Academy following his return from Australia.

Brewerton, said: “Going into my third season I feel we are getting close to what we wanted to build at the club.

“We’ve grown the profile substantially and the facilities are getting better all the time, we’ve achieved what we planned in terms of getting up to the new tier 3 standard and have managed to fund and build the club’s first stand.

“We now have a strong reserve setup that is focused on youth and development to hopefully produce the next generation of first-team players.”

The former Rhyl Youth boss has assembled a staff that can offer “high-quality coaching”, and Brewerton also has ambitions to progress his own qualifications in the near future.

City have been bolstered y a number of current senior squad members committing their futures to the club, and the manager is hoping to add some fresh faces in the coming weeks to lent further support to their aspirations.

“I’ve learnt so much from the last five years in senior football and I feel I’ve built a really strong management team here at St Asaph that can offer a good standard of coaching to give back to the players,” added Brewerton.

“I’ve got ambitions for myself and the club and hopefully I can achieve them, having gained my UEFA B licence a few years ago the next step on the coaching ladder for me is to consider the UEFA A licence.

“On the field I want to build a squad of like-minded players that want to push themselves to be the best they can be, to be motivated by what they can contribute to the future of the club and know that pride in what they do is the biggest reward you can get from football.”