ST ASAPH City have bolstered their attacking options with the signings of Carl Murray and Duncan Midgley.

Manager Daniel Brewerton has been working hard to bring in reinforcements ahead of their Lock Stock Ardal Northern League campaign, and their efforts in the final third should be much-improved thanks to these latest additions.

St Asaph born forward Murray came up through the youth system at Prestatyn Town, despite having a short time away from the club in 2010, when he played for Rhos Aelwyd.

Murray first appeared in the Welsh Premier League during the 2008 season and went on to score three goals from 66 appearances for the Seasiders, 50 of which have been as a substitute.

The striker also enjoyed a prolific spell and has been part of the Saints’ set-up over the last two seasons.

Another with a close association with the club is Midgley, who has played a leading role in their success over the years before a brief spell at Llandudno Junction last season.

Midgley is currently spending his summer with St Asaph Cricket Club in addition to his training commitments from a football perspective.

Brewerton, said: “We’re made up have secured the services of two more very experienced players.

“This Ardal Northern league is looking very strong so it’s important for us as a club that we have the players that know how to handle this standard of opposition and manage game situations, both of these players have plenty of that experience and knowledge that other players will also be able to draw from them.

“We’re taking our time to try and build the type of squad we want to be competitive in this league, we’ll continue to do this over the next couple of weeks and hopefully add one or two more players that have the desire and ambition to challenge themselves at this level.”