LLANDUDNO manager Iwan Williams has wasted no time in making a statement during the January transfer window as he looks to turnaround the club’s fortunes.

The JD Welsh Premier League side have brought in a total of five signings since the turn of the year, with some surprising and familiar faces joining the fight for survival at the Giant Hospitality Stadium.

One significant signing is that of experienced striker Les Davies, who joins from Huws Gray Alliance outfit Bangor City after initially returning to his hometown club this summer.

Davies has had a rich history of success in the top flight for the Citizens and later Bala Town, and the Tudno boss is hoping he can make a similar impact for his side during the second half of the campaign.

He said: “There’s no denying we’ve lacked power in the final third. Les is as experienced as they come and is suited for the fight we have ahead of us.”

“He is great In both boxes and will add so much to us as a team. He will give us a lift as you know what you get from him.

“He wanted to come in and help us get out of trouble, so I’m really looking forward to working with him."

Another prominent acquisition is midfielder Jay Gibbs from Porthmadog, who reunites with Williams after being brought into the club earlier this year but subsequently released.

The pair have a close relationship during their time at Caernarfon Town, and Zebb Edwards also joins up with the squad once again following a brief stint with Holywell Town.

There was further good news for the club as talented youngster Ben Clark’s loan from champions The New Saints has been extended until the end of the season, with Tom Owens also signing up for the remainder of the campaign.