LLANDUDNO are hot on the heels of Conwy Borough forward Corrig McGonigle.

The Pioneer understands that the recently relegated side have made an offer to the prolific forward to join their ranks for the upcoming campaign, with a host of other clubs also interested in his signature.

This would be a significant blow to the Tangerines, who have also lost the services of Bryan Roberts, Dean Seager and Anthony Marshall to their FAW Tier Two Northern Championship rivals furing the initial stages of the summer.

McGonigle made a hugely successful transition to the second tier after a series of outstanding seasons in the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance with Borough and Glantraeth, netting 19 times for Warren Gibbs’ side and forming a superb partnership with Seager.

The in-demand striker is currently in Australia and has yet to make an official decision on his future, with the club looking to bolster their striker options as they look to make an instant return to the JD Welsh Premier League.

Manager Matthew Jones has wasted no time in strengthening the squad after filling the void left by Gary Taylor-Fetcher’s two-day reign, acquiring the services of Robbie Parry, Jacob Farleigh and Aron Jones.

Talisman and skipper Danny Hughes turned down a number of offers to stay at the club, with goalkeeper Shaun Pearson also recently signing a contract extension.