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PRESTATYN Town have received a blow ahead of their return to the Welsh Premier League after leading scorer Jordan Davies announced he is leaving the club.

The former Wrexham trainee took to Twitter to make the statement with his contract expiring this summe and, despite the offer of a new deal, Davies has decided to seek a new club after ending the season as top scorer in the Huws Gray Alliance with 27 goals.

"I’m sad to announce that my time at Prestatyn Town FC has come to an end," Davies said. "At this moment in my career, both myself and the club agree that it is time for me to move on and enjoy a new challenge.

There has been plenty of interest in the 21-year-old from a number of top flight clubs with Gap Connah’s Quay manager Andy Morrison among those running the rule over the striker. Prestatyn manager Neil Gibson left Davies out of the squad for the final five games of the season.

Davies scored four goals from 23 (+6) appearances during Prestatyn's last season in the WPL.