TNS manager Scott Ruscoe has targeted Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Cup this season.

The Welsh champions travel to Stenhousemuir in the third round of the cross border cup on Saturday before turning their attention to the visit of Newtown in the JD Cymru Premier on Tuesday.

Ruscoe said: “I’ve said already that the league is number one, the Tunnocks Caramel Cup is number two and then the domestic cups.

“I’m looking forward to the trip, it’s a nice old ground so we’re looking forward to a change of atmosphere and venue and a break from the league.”

Meanwhile Ruscoe praised Penybont following the side’s clash on Saturday.

“We’re not high and mighty and know we’re not going to turn up and beat every team just like that,” said Ruscoe. “It’s good to watch teams coming here now and seeing them go toe-to-toe with us and having a go.”

Meanwhile Newtown make the trip to Park Hall with new signing Matty Williams set to be included following his transfer deadline day switch from Llandudno.

Manager Chris Hughes said: “We need to get better ahead of the TNS game.

“We controlled large parts of the game at Cardiff, created chances but did not take them and ultimately it cost us in the end.”

Meanwhile midfielder Tom Goodwin has joined MMP-NL Mid Wales League One side Caersws on loan.