DENBIGH Town star Lewis Sirrell has gone back on his initial decision to stay on at the club after signing for Llandudno.

The former Middlesborough trainee announced he was committing to the recently relegated side to help them bounce back to the second tier at the first time of asking, but former Town boss Matthew Jones has swooped for the left-footer and convinced him to join him at the Giant Hospitality Stadium.

He is the latest player to depart Central Park in favour of the Giant Hospitality Stadium, with Curtis Langton, Sam Downey, Joel Hewitt and Scott McHarrie all joining Tudno in recent weeks.

Sirrell made a huge impression at Town after arriving at the club last summer, with his undoubted highlight being a hat-trick against derby rivals Ruthin Town on Boxing Day.

He also won Supporters’ Player of the Year at their end of season presentation evening.

Speaking after initially committing his future to Dew Llion and Owain Roberts’ side, Sirrell said: “I would have liked the side to have stayed together from last season to be honest.

“We had a good team but our performances, particularly in the second half of the season, got the club relegated.

“I admit I could continue playing at Tier 2 but am not going to run away from this. It would not feel right for me.

“The players got the club relegated and it is up to us to get the club promoted."