RHUDDLAN Town have received a boost with the news that two prominent squad members have agreed to stay on at the club.

The Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division champions look set to embark on an exciting new chapter in Tier 4 next season upon meeting requirements, and manager Wayne Hughes will once again have the services of Josh Parry and Jordan Bellham to call upon.

Both players were at the top of their game last term as Town led the standings almost from start-to-finish, and they were eventually awarded the crows on a points-per-game basis after the Football Association of Wales curtailed remaining fixtures due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Bellham has been widely regarded as one of the brightest young strikers anywhere in the region for some time, and he turned down a number of offers from elsewhere.

Talented young full-back Parry has come of age in recent seasons and is coming off the best campaign of his promising young career to date. He is an energetic full-back who is another that is sure to play a leading role in any success that comes their way in the coming years.

His brother Jake is another that will be joining the club next season, and Hughes also confirmed a notable addition to his coaching staff in the form of Paul James.

The former Town goalkeeper has been a massive influence both on and off the pitch in recent seasons, and he is the latest ex-player that has stayed on to assist the current group with their progression.