LLANDUDNO FC have been busy adding to the strength of their squad, unveiling five new signings in recent weeks.

The Seasiders currently sit in 11th place in Cymru North and are six points above the relegation zone places.

The club have shown their intent to climb up the table and push for promotion with the addition of new signings Stevan Stanić-Floody, Billy Nicholas, Harvey Bennett, Cameron Barry and Colo Giampaoli.

20-year-old Australian Stanić-Floody, who has played in the Australian and Irish Premier Leagues, is said to have “brilliant pedigree”, and marked his first appearance for the club with a goal.

Manager Jordan Hadaway said of the signing: "The moment I saw Stevan train I knew he was going to fit in.

"He has brilliant pedigree and is one of the most humble lads I have come across, he is a great addition to us and will add quality to the squad.

“I’m delighted that we have managed to bring Stevan here.”

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Centre back Billy Nicholas and striker Harvey Bennett were also unveiled this month, having impressed at the club this season with Hadaway adding: "The first thing I wanted to get done in January was getting Billy and Harvey here permanently.

They both have been so important to us in the first phase of the season and are an integral part of what we want to build in the future.

“I'm delighted to now say they are permanently staying in black and white shirts going forward."

The club also completed the signing of Cameron Barry and Argentinian forward Colo Giampaoli, which will provide a further boost to their promotion aspirations.

Giampaoli said: “I’m very happy to be here, hopefully I can show my experience and help the club achieve their goals – I can’t wait to get started.”