Kingstonian boss Tommy Williams will be out to make the club’s final season at Kingsmeadow a memorable one after committing to another campaign with the club.

The former Ks midfielder penned a new deal this week - along with assistant Graham Harper - as the pair prepare for the start of their third season at the helm.

Ks, who will cease to be AFC Wimbledon’s lodgers next season providing the sale of Kingsmeadow to Chelsea goes through as agreed, missed out on the Ryman Premier League play-offs last term after a disastrous April cost them a place in the top five.

Williams, who lifted the Alan Turvey Trophy last season, has made steady progress since taking charge following the resignation of current Hampton & Richmond Borough manager Alan Dowson.

The manager has so far confirmed former striker Ryan Moss, Tom Derry and Jake Nicholson as new arrivals ahead of next week’s return to pre-season training.