TNS are not worried or concerned despite losing two games on the bounce.

That was the message from manager Scott Ruscoe ahead of the visit of Airbus UK Broughton on Saturday.

The Saints have suffered their worst start to a JD Cymru Premier season in more than a decade with three successive defeats, including a humiliating defeat at Bangor City in the Nathaniel MG Cup.

However Ruscoe insisted it was only a matter of time before the Saints found their form.

“I feel like we’re missing a little bit of luck at times. We’ve still had plenty of chances over the past two games,” said Ruscoe. “Sometimes you don’t get what you deserve.

“We just have to make sure we put things right and, hopefully we can change the tide and put together a nice run.”

Ruscoe insisted nobody was panicking at Park Hall.

“There’s no worry, panic, or deep concern,” said Ruscoe. “We have a lot of injured lads coming back and once our squad is all ready there’ll be no problem.”

Ruscoe felt the Saints were particular unfortunate to lose at Caernarfon last week.

“We had a lot more possession and I think we had a good case for a couple of penalties,” said Ruscoe. “Their lad touched the ball in an offside position before the goal and the referee didn’t spot it.

“They didn’t really create an awful lot of chances against us, but they’re very workman-like and they stuck to their game plan.

“They are a well-oiled unit and play for their teammates. They don’t let their opposition get too many chances and that’s been their strength over the past couple of seasons.

“Credit to them, but I don’t think we deserved to lose the game.”

“We need to be better, we’re not creating enough in the final third and the players know that.

“We really need to make sure we’re turning the dominant possession we have into chances.”