PRESTATYN Town’s new owners are certainly saying all the right things as they look to get the club back to prominence in the coming months and years.

After meeting with Dave Farrall and Neal Colakoglu – two of the three-person consortium that purchased the Seasiders on Tuesday – it is clear that they have hugely ambitious plans both on and off the field, which can only be a good thing given the troubles at the Huws Gray Alliance side in recent seasons.

Talk of a new two-storey clubhouse, a 3G pitch and improved access to the Motion Finance Stadium would see the club’s revenue improve dramatically and provide the town and community with a football club to be proud of once again.

Of course, talk is cheap, and most owners that come into a club all talk big, but the pair have been around football clubs before and whilst none have been as big as Town they have a broad concept of how it is run and have already implemented a structure that should keep the playing side separate from the commercial aspect.

With Farrall handling the developments and Colakoglu turning his attention to matters on the field, this should not only provide their loyal fan-base with an enormous sense of relief in terms of the club’s long-term stability, but they can look forward to the future for the first time in recent memory.

They are very keen to grow the club in a multitude of different ways, providing the community with a viable hub for different events, continuing to develop the Seasiders’ thriving Academy system and introduce a women’s team to further enhance participation of a vastly growing part of the game throughout the region and beyond.

Any changes will not happen overnight, and it is going to take time to put all their plans into fruition, but what they can do immediately is improve the club’s playing personnel and have promised large investment to ensure they move off the bottom of the Huws Gray Alliance and ensure they do not drop further down the Welsh pyramid.

There is enough talent already within the squad to almost guarantee that it not going to happen, and this positive move should take some of the unease within a squad that have been really low on confidence of late.

This should give everyone associated with the historic club a huge shot in the arm, and their passion really stood out as the main feature during the meeting, with Colakoglu stating that football “was his life”.

Fresh ideas are never a bad thing in any line of work, and it was obvious that Town needed a clean break and fresh start given the turmoil that has constantly followed the club in recent seasons.

Only time will tell as to whether or not this will be a successful purchase, but this is a great club who now have solid foundations again, so it would be a massive shock to see it fail.