LLANDUDNO skipper Danny Hughes has been reflecting on the season so far amid the domestic season suspension.

The talented midfielder decided to stay on at Maesdu Park despite offers from elsewhere last summer, and he has performed well for a club that has been relatively inconsistent during the first season back at JD Cymru North level.

Hughes stated it has been “quite frustrating” from a results perspective, but he is hoping a youthful Tudno squad can build on the experience gained this season next time around.

He said: “The season has been quite a frustrating one to be fair. We've got a new squad this year which is full of good young lads and Krusty (Lee Thomas) who brings the age right up.

“We've shown some great things in games but equally we've been naive in games which is why we probably are where we are in the league.

“Hopefully next season we find a bit of consistency and can compete towards the upper section of the league. On a personal level I've enjoyed it this year, Matty (Jones) has been brilliant with me.”

Hughes also expects the domestic season might be cancelled as a result of the current suspension, with fears around the virus continuing to grow with each passing day.

“I've got a feeling the season will probably finish. This is going to go on for longer than three weeks but that would leave so many things to go through from the FAW’s perspective,” added Hughes.

“If it was null in void the likes of Prestatyn wouldn't be very happy but the group fighting for relegation would be relieved.

"It'd be interesting to see what decision is achieved. If the season was to continue into June or July. Do you just go straight into next year August time as normal or delay the start of next year?

“Teams wouldn't have time to bring in players or replace players. There are just so many questions to be answered.”