Salisbury are in the hands of a consortium of local businessmen after they managed to get their £1 Moroccan takeover overturned in the courts.
The quintet of businessmen, including youth team coach Mark Winter issued the following statement as they try to reclaim a place in Conf South for the coming season:
"Naturally given the mess the new owners are inheriting, patience, support and unity in the community are imperative if we are to meet with success.
"While we cannot undo the damage done in the past few months the main priority is to move forward collectively and rebuild a club we can all be proud of.
"There is still a lot of work to do, but getting past the biggest hurdle of them all is worth something of a celebration."
The Whites were ejected from Conf South last week after failing to meet a deadline to pay football creditors. The group will now seek an appeal against the decision, which would currently see the division run one team short next term.
The announcement of the successful court action came as the ousted Outail Touzar issued a bizarre statement claiming he was in talks with One Direction star Niall Horan to take a stake in, and play for, the club.