LLANDUDNO FC legend Lee Thomas has made a return to the club.

The forward was a huge part of the set-up at Tudno for more than a decade before leaving last summer, and a testimonial was held in recognition of his service in 2017 against Caernarfon Town.

Thomas turned out for Conwy Borough and Llandudno Albion last term, and he has now signed on once again at the Giant Hospitality Stadium for their upcoming FAW Tier 2 North League campaign.

Manager Matthew Jones, said: "Lee is a very experienced player who knows this club inside and out, we're really happy to see him back here and he's going to be important to us this season.

"We have a mix of experience and youth in this squad and we're really excited to see how the lads do in pre-season."

The new-look Tudno squad took the field for the first time in a friendly fixture against Northwich Victoria on Saturday, which resulted in a 4-1 home defeat.

Recent arrival from Bangor City Robbie Parry provided the consolation for the hosts when he converted from the penalty spot, with Jones’ men next in action on Friday when they take on Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One title hopefuls Llandudno Albion.

The club are also inviting applications for a new head of coaching role, which is on a part-time basis.

Any candidate is expected to be working towards their UEFA A Licence qualification, and those wishing to apply should email their CV to vacancies@llandudnofc.co.uk.

The deadline for applications is 12pm on Wednesday, July 17.