Vanarama National League club Wrexham AFC have confirmed Andy Davies as its first-team manager for the rest of the season.
Davies, who was named assistant-manager in October 2016, joined Wrexham as a youth team player before making the transition to youth team coach then centre of excellence manager at the club.
He has been a big part of the successful management team this season which sees the club challenging for promotion from the National League.
Joining the management team will be Stephen Wright, who stepped in to the role of youth team manager at the start of this season.
Wright had a successful playing career during which he played for Wrexham, winning the FA Trophy in 2013.
Michael Oakes and Carl Darlington will continue in their roles as coaches supported by Nick Barnett and Phil Davies.
During this time-frame, which will include any play-off games should the club attain such a final league position, Davies will assume full responsibility in all aspects of first-team affairs with the full backing of the club`s Board.
A statement from the Board reads: “While Wrexham are still challenging at the top end of the National League we believe it is important that the management team which leads the first-team for the rest of the season has continuity.
“The players, Board and staff are fully behind them as we look to end the season on a high and achieve our ultimate goal of promotion to the EFL.
“The club Board will be continuing the undertaking of recruiting a new first team manager with the aim of satisfying this process after the completion of this current season”.