FC Oswestry Town are the look-out for a new manager after confirming they have reluctantly accepted Ryan Butcher's resignation.

The Park Hall men endured a nightmare start and end to the season but also managed to put together a nine-game winning run in the middle of 2017/18.

The Blues have struggled for players in recent weeks, and finished the season a thumping 9-2 defeat away at AFC Blackpool.

In a Tweet, the club thanked Butcher for his hard work over the season.

It said: "It is with great regret that as a club we have accepted the resignation of manager Ryan Butcher. Ryan has worked tirelessly and shown great integrity during what has been a difficult season. Thanks Butch for all your efforts."

The club has advertised the vacancy and is expecting prospective managers to submit CVs by Friday, June 1 and say they are looking for 'an ambitious manager with good football contacts'.

Town have also put out an open notice for pre-season friendlies.