JOINT-bosses Tyrone Henderson and Oliver Hartill vowed to stick with Littleton despite a league switch being "not a move the club wanted".

The Ton Boys have been provisionally placed in the West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division after seven seasons in what is now known as Midland Football League Division One.

Henderson and Hartill, alongside coach Gavin Heath, oversaw a remarkable turnaround to escape the relegation zone last season but the club's stay at step six has resulted in a lateral switch.

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A statement on the club's website read: "This is not a move the club wanted but the management team is still committed and confident of mounting a challenge in our new league."

Meanwhile, five home friendlies have been announced. Bromyard Town visit on Saturday, July 6 followed by Hampton (Saturday 13), Alcester Town (Wednesday 17), Southam United (Saturday 27) and FC Wickhamford (Wednesday 31).