Your mediation test should always compliment the findings from the structural analysis. The structural results will let the reader know the specifics of the A path and B path. When pre- senting the mediation part of the analysis, it is a good idea to present the indirect effect, the lower and upper bound confidence intervals, the significance of the indirect effect, and the direct effect. By including all of this information, the reader can fully evaluate the mediation properties of your results.
Source: Thakkar, J.J. (2020). “Procedural Steps in Structural Equation Modelling”. In: Structural Equation Modelling. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, vol 285. Springer, Singapore.