LAWRENCE Wilson has insisted he holds no hard feelings following his departure from Llanidloes Town in midweek.

The JD North club are on the look out for their third manager in as many months after parting company with the ex-Llanfair United boss in midweek.

Wilson said: "I’d like to say thanks for the opportunity that Kevin Brown, Pete Jones and the committee gave me for managing this club.

"It was a big step for me one which was going to be a tough task coming in so late only having a short space of time to put my philosophy into place however I gave everything to the cause.


"I can’t lie and say I am not disappointed with the decision but that is football nowadays."

Wilson wished the Daffodils all the best for the remainder of the campaign.

He said: "I’d just like to thank everyone that I’ve met in the short space of time supporters, players and committee members a like I’m sure we will cross paths again at some point in the future.

"I’m sure I’ll keep in touch with a lot of people and now to see what comes up next in my journey."

Meanwhile club chairman Kevin Brown said: "We haven't any comments to make regarding the matter at present."