LLANDUDNO have set their sights on talented midfielder Robbie Parry to further bolster their midfield options.

The Pioneer understands that Parry is poised to make a return to the Giant Hospitality Stadium following a spell at Bangor City, where he scored 11 Huws Gray Alliance goals and emerged as one of the best attacking midfielders in the division.

He is the latest player to be targeted by manager Matthew Jones, who has also secured the services of Conwy Borough duo Dean Seager and Gerwyn Jones.

Parry initially joined Tudno on loan in 2018 before making the move to the Citizens,

After a spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers, the Welsh-born winger then joined Stoke City where he was part of the U21 squad at what was then The Brittania Stadium.

Moving to The New Saints in 2015, Robbie has already had a loan spell elsewhere in the JD Welsh Premier League when he spent time at Connah’s Quay Nomads in 2015/2016.

It is expected to be a very busy summer of transfer activity at the Giant Hospitality Stadium under Jones, who took over from Gary Taylor-Fletcher after the former Premier League star stepped down after just two days in the post due to a conflict of interest.

The new arrival has been in contact with a number of players from across the region, with his recruitment receiving an additional boost with the news that skipper and talisman Danny Hughes is set to stay on at the club.

A number of other signings are being considered by Jones and his coaching staff as they look to make their stay in Tier 2 North a brief one following their relegation from the JD Welsh Premier League.