TNS have unveiled Anthony Limbrick as the club's new head coach and set him the target of guiding the club to the UEFA Champions League group stages.

The Oswestry club confirmed the appointment of the 37 year old Australian during their victory over Caernarfon Town in the JD Cymru Premier this afternoon.

Limbrick succeeds Scott Ruscoe at the helm and will work alongside Chris Seargeant who will serve as assistant and head of coaching.

Limbrick is the former the assistant manager of English Football League Two side Grimsby Town and manager of National League Woking and also has extensive experience working with English Premier League Southampton and West Ham academies.

Limbrick will lead the team and commence preparation for the final 10 games of the second phase of the JD Cymru Premier.

Club chairman Mike Harris said: "Anthony’s attention to detail was an influencing factor in his appointment as the club embarks upon on new era, we welcome him to the club, leading the club's target to achieve a place in the group stage of a UEFA Club Competition in the next two seasons."

Limbrick was equally excited about his new challenge.

The UEFA Pro Licence holder said: "I am delighted and proud to be joining this historic club.

"The New Saints have great football traditions that is based on winning, and I am going to work hard to make that happen consistently at the football club.

"I am excited to get started and work with the staff and players to have a strong finish to the season. I look forward to meeting you all when it is safe to do so, and enjoy this journey together."