YET more former Prestatyn Town players have made a return to the club.

The Seasiders’ announced that striker Jordan Davies has become the latest big-name arrival at the Motion Finance Stadium as manager Neil Gibson looks to improve his side’s fortunes following a mid-table finish last term.

Davies played a leading role in Town’s Huws Gray Alliance title-winning campaign in 2017, finishing as the league’s top scorer to enhance his reputation as one of the brightest young prospects anywhere in the region.

He attracted interest from JD Welsh Premier League heavyweights Connah’s Quay Nomads last summer before eventually joining Nantwich Town and Sandbach during his time away for the club.

The forward also agreed to join Rhyl in January, but the move fell through as Davies had already registered for two clubs due to his loan spell at Market Drayton Town.

This is another bold move in ambitious summer plans at the Seasiders, with chairman Neal Colakoglu stating Gibson has been given an “open budget” to turn his JD Welsh Premier League dream into a reality.

Former Wales C international defender Kai Edwards is perhaps the biggest name to sign for the club after turning down offers from Caernarfon Town and Bala Town, with midfield duo Michael Parker and Rob Hughes both returning to the fold following their respective releases by The Nomads.

The competition for places has been further strengthened with the signings of Zyaac and Zebb Edwards, who join from Llandudno and Holywell Town respectively.

The brother duo were also part of the Seasiders’ outfit that clinched the second tier crown and will provide Gibson will even more options during their expected title charge.