PRESTATYN Town are looking to bring back two talented brothers to the fold to join their bid for promotion.

The Journal understands that the brother duo of Zebb and Zyaac Edwards are poised to link up once again with manager Neil Gibson at the Seasiders this summer, with the pair enjoying tremendous success during the first stint ay the Motion Finance Stadium.

This would be another positive step forward for a club that is looking to get back to the JD Welsh Premier League at the second time of asking, with chairman Neal Colakoglu previously stating that Gibson will be given an “open budget” to make their dream a reality.

Both Zyaac and Zebb were part of the club’s final season in the top-flight before relegation, with both moving on to Llandudno to work under Iwan Williams.

Things did not go according to plan for either due to Tudno’s struggles and their relative lack of involvement, with both moving on to pastures new during the season.

It remains to be seen how much Zyaac will be able to contribute to their promotion fight, with the player currently recovering from a serious injury that could see him miss a big portion of the season.

Gibson is also believed to be targeting another Edwards brother in Wales C international Kai, with Caernarfon Town and Bala Town also keen on acquiring the defender.