TWO more high-profile youngsters have made to switch to Llandudno.

The club announced that Aron Jones and Bryan Roberts have arrived at the Giant Hospitality Stadium ahead of their return to Tier Two North following relegation, with the duo signing from Flint Town United and Conwy Borough respectively.

Attacking midfielder Jones signed a professional contract at TNS in 2017 before moving to the Silkmen, where he played a part in a fantastic campaign on their way to a second placed finish in the Huws Gray Alliance.

Manager Matthew Jones, said: "Aron is another player I've worked with before at Wrexham and have monitored ever since.

“As soon as I found out he was available I wanted to get him in, and I'm really pleased he's agreed to join Llandudno.”

Roberts becomes the second member of the Tangerines’ squad to change their mind after initially agreeing to remain at the club, with Dean Seager also making the same move last week.

The news represents a further blow to Russ Williams and Warren Gibbs, with Roberts turning in a host of standout displays in their first season back at second tier level.

He said: “I am delighted to be coming back to Llandudno and re-joining my hometown club.

“I feel like I've got a bit left to prove here and I'm looking forward to getting stuck in.”