RHYL FC made another notable addition to their squad with the signing of Tommy Creamer.

The Lilywhites’ confirmed the signing of the talented midfielder following a successful period training with the side during the early stages of pre-season, with the 20-year-old joining from FAW Tier 2 North League rivals Conwy Borough.

Creamer began his career within the Academy system at Wrexham, featuring heavily for their reserve side before his eventual release at the end of the 2016/17 season.

He joined the Lilies’ immediately following his release from the National League side but opted to return to his hometown club at Y Morfa.

The playmaker has been a significant member of the squad’s rise back to prominence and second tier level, with Creamer part of Borough’s treble winning campaign under Gareth Thomas.

Creamer made 18 appearances for the club in the Huws Gray Alliance last season, and he is the latest in a long line of talented players that have arrived at the Educate Group Stadium in recent weeks following the acquisitions of Asa Hamilton, Steve Thomas, Ben Burrows and Leo Riley to further enhance their title prospects.

Director of football Eddie Maurice-Jones, said: “Tom is a talented player with great potential in the game. He's impressed me on so many different occasions.

“Tom has the ability to play in a few roles which creates healthy competition for positions.

“Tom returns to the club hungry for success and I believe he could be one to watch this season."