AFC Telford United have raised manager Liam Watson’s playing budget for next season’s Skrill Premier campaign.
The Bucks boss revealed he has been handed a higher, but undisclosed, figure to the one he worked with during his first year at the helm.
Watson met with the board of directors at the New Bucks Head yesterday to discuss plans going forward, after the club won the Conference North title.
He told the Shropshire Star: “I had a really good meeting with the board, so it’s all systems go. We talked over budgets, transfer targets, the current squad, pre-season and everything else.
“We bottomed out a lot of stuff, so it’s all positive. I have got the budget, so I know where I am up to and I can kick on in trying to bring a few new players to the club.
“I am happy with the figure given, they have upped it, which is important as we are going up a league, but they are fully aware of that. It’s good for the club and for me.
“We just have to make it work now, we only needed a little bit more.”