TNS manager Scott Ruscoe has challenged his players to seal the J D Welsh Premier title on Sunday.

The defending Welsh champions welcome Cefn Druids to Park Hall on Sunday (2pm) with the club on the cusp of the championship.

Should second placed Bala Town fail to defeat Connahs Quay Nomads 24 hours earlier the Saints would be crowned champions without kicking a ball.

However Ruscoe insisted his squad would not be taking anything for granted and demanded a seventh league title won in style on Sunday.

The Saints have endured a bruising few weeks with their hopes of a clean sweep of honours dashed by defeats in the Irn Bru Cup and J D Welsh Cup.

“Sunday is about getting the job done,”said Ruscoe. “I said to the lads before and after Friday’s game that we’ve gone out of the Irn-Bru Cup and the Welsh Cup so it’s time, with six games to go, to get it done.

“Let’s go out and win them all, keep as many clean sheets as we can and be looking forward. We’ve got an eye on Europe now and a place in the Champions League qualifiers.

TNS are already looking ahead to their annual foray into Europe insisted Ruscoe.

“We’re planning for July 11 and that first game in the Champions League.

“The players understand the magnitude of those games and what it means to the club to keep winning titles.

“I think the players are fully on board. They’re so experienced, I don’t think there’ll be any nerves this week. No disrespect to Cefn Druids but it shouldn’t be worrying too many of our players.

“However, that’s the type of complacency we’re warning against. Every week we say don’t let things pass you by, don’t get complacent, don’t do things that come unnaturally to you.

“The football lover in me would obviously like us to win it in the style we’ve had all season. We’ve played some great passing football this year.

“I want to see us put on a show for the crowd and people watching on TV.

“I want a win and a good performance on Sunday.”