PRESTATYN Town have bolstered their squad ahead of the new season with three signings over the last week.

The JD Cymru North champions have endured a turbulent few months after failing to obtain their Tier 1 Domestic Licence from the Football Association of Wales, with chairman Jamie Welsh taking over at the helm and manager Neil Gibson resigning from his post.

John Lawless also departed the club earlier this month, leaving Ryan Turner tasked with building a capable squad worthy of compete if competitive action is permitted to begin.

His options were given a substantial boost with a trio of arrivals, which began with the signing of former Welsh youth international goalkeeper Jack Atkinson.

The talented youngster enjoyed a frustrating spell in Gibraltar prior to his switch to Bastion Gardens, and Atkinson is keen to make his mark and assist with the Seasiders’ title defence.

He said: “I’m really looking forward to get going and getting the team back where it belongs, in the Welsh Premier League.

“I’m looking forward to working with Ryan and the quality players that we’ve signed, and I believe we can be a real force whenever the season commences.

“I’m delighted Ryan has given me the chance to establish myself as a number one at such a big club.”

Another notable signing for Town is that of Jack Dixon, who spent time with Everton, Manchester City and Crystal Palace as a youngster before moving on to Tranmere Rovers and Brickfield Rangers.

Turner is confident Prestatyn can give Dixon the “platform to shine” and give his fledgling career a real shot in the arm.

Rounding off their latest batch of new recruits is Cameron Glennon, a gifted young defender who was once part of the Steven Gerrard Academy.

He played a leading role in the Academy’s U19sside who secured the Dallas Cup and National Football Youth Cup, with Glennon recently turning out for Skelmersdale United.