KNIGHTON Town manager Mark Jones wants to build a team the town can be proud of.

The newly appointed Robins manager has begun rebuilding at Bryn-Y-Castell with a draft of new signings.

Jones has been joined by Corin Jones who joins as assistant from Llandrindod Wells and swooped for midfielder Adrian Jones from Builth Wells.

Meanwhile midfielders Scott Guilbert and Lucas Kirby arrive from Ludlow Town and Kington Town respectively.

Leading the line next season will be Tom Dwyer who arrives from Albrighton Town while former Hereford and Cheltenham Town youngster Declan Beddoes has also joined.

Jones confirmed several other targets had been identified as he sought to bring the glory days back to the border club following several testing years.

Jones said: "The immediate aim is to get the side competitive again with a core of young talented players and experience from Mid Wales League One players who are eager to progress up the Welsh pyramid.

"We are looking for a solid mid-table finish and a foundation to progress over the next three or four years."

Jones insisted his main aim was to make the town and supporters proud.

He added: "The most pleasing thing will be giving the supporters, who were great when I was last there, a side to be proud of, and a reason to believe in the process we are going through."