FORMER Llandudno assistant manager Matty Williams has a new home after agreeing to join JD Welsh Premier League side Newtown.

The trophy laden player links-up with the Robins after being deemed surplus to requirements at the Giant Hospitality Stadium, and he will aim to make a significant impact once fully recovered from a dislocated shoulder.

Manager Chris Hughes, said: “Matty Williams is very experienced, every time I have seen him play for Llandudno he has probably been Llandudno’s best player.

“He was very good against us just before Christmas. We know all about his qualities, his record is second to none in the league in terms of what he has won and we wanted to bring that experience and his quality to the fore.”

Williams is one of the most trophy-laden players operating within the top flight thanks to his time with Rhyl, The New Saints and Connah’s Quay Nomads, before joining Tudno to work under the former Caernarfon Town boss this summer.

He began his career as a trainee at Manchester United, before enjoying spells with Notts County, Tamworth United and Burton Albion.

Speaking at the time of his departure from Tudno, Williams said: “I was desperate to stay and help the club get out of the predicament the club found themselves in, but unfortunately, I've been told to leave.

“I would like to wish the squad and the fans the very best of luck for the remainder of the season.”