LLANDUDNO FC brought back a familiar face in the form of midfielder Leigh Craven.

The experienced midfielder returns to the JD Cymru North side for another spell and is the latest player to make the move top Tudno from nearby rivals Conwy Borough.

Craven boasts a wealth of experience and can operate in a number of different positions, but he has endured a frustrating campaign to date due to injury and unavailability for the Tangerines.

His most successful spell came during his time at Caernarfon Town, where he was part of the club that secured the Huws Gray Alliance crown in 2016 before returning to Borough the following year.

Tudno boss Matthew Jones, said: “I am really pleased to be able to bring in a player of Leigh’s quality and high level of experience.

“Leigh has trained with us the last couple of weeks and has really slotted into what we are trying to do.

“I feel that Leigh will bring a huge amount both on and off the pitch and and help us to develop our young and exciting group of players.

“I would like to thank Conwy Borough for their assistance in this transfer, Leigh is available for selection.”

Craven joins Dean Seager, Bryan Roberts, Anthony Marshall and Cory Williams as ex-Tangerines’ that have made the short trip to Maesdu Park, but there was one significant departure after the club released striker Alfons Fosu-Mensah.

The powerful forward showed glimpses of promise during the campaign but found chances limited and both parties have now agreed to part ways.