Bray Wanderers have announced that the club will not be pursuing legal action against former boss Alan Mathews and his management team after resolving their dispute.

Mathews and his back-room team resigned en masse last week, citing a "complete breakdown in communication" with the Bray board.

"While acknowledging that results have been disappointing, both staff and players have been working tirelessly to improve on this and were prepared to keep working to achieve a solution,” Mathews and his staff said in a statement released at the time.

"Unfortunately, circumstances beyond our control have now prevailed and the position of the entire management team (who remain unpaid) has become untenable.

"We wish to disassociate ourselves with the direction the football club is heading under the current stewardship and we can no longer serve the club in a professional manner."

On Friday, the Seagulls released a statement which read: ''Bray Wanderers is pleased to announce that it has settled its issues with Alan Matthews and his management team, and that no action of any legal nature will be taken,” a statement read.

“Bray Wanderers also acknowledges that there was a breakdown in communication and it is determined that such an issue will not arise again in the future.

“Once again, Bray Wanderers wishes to acknowledge the total commitment of Alan and his team to maintain the club’s Premiership status last season and to prepare the squad for the 2015 season.''