RHYL FC have bolstered their attacking options with the loan signing of Arek Piskorski.

The Lilywhites’ confirmed the new arrival prior to their JD Cymru North clash at Guilsfield, with the forward joining from top-flight side Cefn Druids until the end of the year.

Piskorski joined Cefn Druids in 2017 and was part of their Europa League squad at the start of the 2018/19 campaign, starting in both games for the Ancients’ against Trakai of Lithuania.

The 29-year-old Polish native has also represented Flint Town United on the domestic scene, in addition to Elana Torun, Rocko Konojady, WDA Swiecie, Grom Osie and Victoria Koronowo in his homeland.

Rhyl FC coach Richard Williams-Cooke, said: “We are really glad to get Arek on board and look forward to working with him.

“He has a great attitude, wants to win and just wants to play regularly. Huw (Griffiths) speaks really highly of him and having watched him I am sure he will excite our fans.

“Injuries have restricted us in the forward areas recently so this will give us more options.

“Arek is quick, skilful, direct and loves to run at players. He can play as a central striker or off either wing.

“We would like to thank Huw and Cefn Druids for their help in getting the paperwork sorted."