FORMER Rhyl FC defender Ben Nash is attracting interest from a number of clubs across the region.

The talented played joined the Lilywhites shortly after Eddie Maurice-Jones was appointed manager, but now finds himself a free agent after the club took the decision to begin winding up proceedings after failing to find the necessary funds to stay afloat until May 2021.

He is reportedly attracting interest from a wealth of clubs, with Flint Town United believed to be strong contenders to acquire his services.

Nash enjoyed a sensational first season at the Lilies’ on his way to multiple end of season awards, and he was also one of their rea bright spots last term during a turbulent campaign.

United manager Niall McGuinness, who previously held the job at Rhyl, has been extremely busy bolstering his squad in recent days, with midfielder Rob Hughes making the move to Cae y Castell from JD Cymru North champions Prestatyn Town.

They also secured the services of experienced defender Wes Baynes from Aberystwyth Town, and a number of influential squad members also committed their futures to the club as they look to embark on the JD Cymru Premier.

The likes of Brandon Burrows, Tom Kemp, skipper Richie Foulkes and top scorer Mark Cadwallader have all agreed to stay on for the upcoming season as the Silkmen look to make their presence felt in the top flight.