RHYL have bolstered their squad ahead of the Huws Gray Alliance run-in with the signing of talented youngster Kai Wallis.

The hot prospect arrives at the Educate Resource Stadium from second-tier high-fliers Flint Town United, and Wallis made an encouraging start to life at the Lilywhites after coming on as a substitute in their weekend victory over Holywell Town.

The midfielder is no stranger to the Lilies’ having played for their youth set-up before moving on to sign for Chester Youth Academy.

Director of Football Eddie Maurice-Jones, said: "I am delighted to have signed Kai, he is a talented youngster with great potential in the game.

“Kai is eager to play and we are very hopeful with the right platform and direction he can be very successful for Rhyl.

“Kai already has a strong connection with the club having come through the academy and also being a local lad I’m confident he’ll relish the opportunity to play for Rhyl again.

“He adds more quality to the squad at a crucial time of the season and we all look forward to working with him."