LLANDUDNO manager Sean Eardley has given his squad a significant boost with the confirmation of four new signings.

The JD Cymru North side are expected to make some significant strides under the former Caernarfon Town boss when competitive fixtures eventually resume when restrictions are lifted, with Eardley putting a strong foundation in place from which to build a potential title challenge.

His task to achieve this goal is bolstered by the arrival of Shaun Cavanagh, a gifted young forward who joins the club following his departure from Prestatyn Town.

Cavanagh signed for Neil Gibson during the summer, but decided to depart the set-up without playing a game following the manager’s shock resignation.

Eardley, said: "I'm thrilled to get the opportunity to work with Cav again. We tried in the summer to grab his signature but after an open and honest conversation he thought his options lay elsewhere.

“After things didn't work out, we invited him down again and a conversation later he was keen which was pleasing.

“He's proven at this level and is very versatile across the front three positions. He works hard and sets high standards for himself and will no doubt be a fantastic addition to us.”

Another notable signing for Tudno is Danny Brookwell, who worked with Eardley during their time together with the Cofis’ and played a leading role in Caernarfon’s rise to prominence in recent seasons.

“He’s a fantastic player and great lad off the field as well. He’s had a lot of interest and rightly so, but I’m buzzing to have the opportunity to work with him again if the season,” added Eardley.

“Danny’s your old-school winger, blistering pace and isn’t afraid to take the game to the opposition, he adds good quality to our attacking options and I’m sure the lads will welcome him with open arms.”

Former captain Tom Dix also makes a return to the set-up after an ill-fated spell with Flint Town United that was marred by a serious injury that left him fighting for his career.

The midfielder was part of the squad that won the Huws Gray Alliance and secured Europa League qualification, with Dix set to link-up once again with Danny Hughes in the centre of the park.

Eardley, said: “We were buzzing as a group when he played 25 minutes of a friendly as all his hard work had paid off but then sadly another lockdown hit.

“He knows what it takes to win a league, he has experience and offers a lot of discipline in the middle of the park and I'm sure the fans will welcome him back with open arms.”

Rounding off the signings is Curtis Strong, a left-sided player who also boasts a wealth of experience.