PRESTATYN Town’s performance analyst Anthony Gomez will be using state of the art technology in a bid to improve player performance next season.

The Football Association of Wales analyst intern and B Licence candidate will be tasked with assessing performances from the first-term down to Academy level next season, and he will task will be aided by two platforms that recently added by the club.

Gomez will be teaming up with Nacsport and Klip Draw to produce valuable information for manager Neil Gibson to take on board, which came following a recommendation from Analysis Pro.

This is sure to aid manager Neil Gibson considerably as the experienced figure looks to retain the JD Cymru North title next season.

Despite winning the title comfortably from Flint Town United, they were unable to take their place in the top-flight after failing to gain their FAW Tier 1 Domestic Licence on appeal.

Another bold bid is expected next season after the majority of their championship-winning squad opted to remain at the club, and Gomez’s input throughout the campaign is going to be a key component to any success that comes their way.

His influence in improving aspiring first-team stars within the club’s FAW Accredited Academy will be another welcome boost, with the initiative producing some of the Seasiders’ greatest-ever players over the years.