TNS manager Scott Ruscoe has continued his busy start to the summer with three new signings.

The Saints released a raft of players last week with defender Connell Rawlinson heading the cast of departures with a move to English League Two side Port Vale.

Steve Saunders, Wes Fletcher, Ryan Pryce, Robbie Parry, Jacob Farleigh, Aron Hughes-Jones, Aron Jones and Andy Wycherley completed the departure list.

This week the Saints have begun their rebuild with three new signings.

Danny Redmond arrives on a free transfer from Scottish Premier League side Hamilton Academical and joined by fellow midfielder Josh Hmami who arrives from English League One side Accrington Stanley.

The duo are joined by defender Joash Nembhard who has joined the club from Evo Stick League South side Staines Town.

Ruscoe welcomed the trio to Oswestry ahead of the club’s annual assault on Europe.

“I am excited by the signing of Danny Redmond and what he can bring to the football club,” said Ruscoe. “He is a player who can play in a number of positions. He is an undoubtedly talented player we look forward to having with us.

The 27 year old is a former Everton schoolboy while also representing Wigan Athletic before helping Hamilton to promotion to the Scottish Premier League in 2014.”

Hmami is no stranger to the TNS set-up having spent the tail end of last season training with the club.

Ruscoe said: “He is only 18 and is a very good player, especially in possession of the ball. He has a great attitude and will be someone we will look to improve and develop for the future.”

Nembhard became the Saints third signing of the summer after impressing in defence for Staines Town in the Isthmian League last season.

The 20 year old also has previous experience with Chesham United, Aylesbury United and Windsor.