COLWYN Bay have received another boost with the news that goalkeeper Andy Coughlin has agreed an extension at the club.

The Seagulls’ signed the talented stopper from Bangor City earlier this season, with Coughlin turning in a series of fine displays during their final season operating within the English pyramid system.

He is the second current squad member to agree terms after skipper Tom McCready penned a new deal as the club gears up for a tilt at Tier 2 North on their return to the Welsh pyramid.

Manager Craig Hogg, said: “Andy has done very well for the club since his arrival from Bangor City and the news that he has committed his future to us here Llanelian Road is really pleasing.

“His performances were very good for us last season and he certainly earned us a number of points with some important saves, notably away at Leek where his last minute stop made sure we got something for that game.

“Unfortunately, that save resulted in a break to the arm, ruling him out for our remaining games.

“Andy is well on the road to recovery and will be back for the start of our pre-season program. We look forward to seeing the big man in action.”

A former England C international, Coughlin has represented a host of high-profile clubs during his career to date, including Wrexham, Fleetwood Town, Tranmere Rovers, Southport and Barrow.

He has also turned out for Airbus Broughton in addition to the Citizens.

Coughlin, said: “I’m really happy to have agreed terms with the club and to commit to Colwyn Bay.

“The club has made me feel so welcome and has played a big part in helping me to really enjoy my football again. I’m really excited for next season.”