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ROBBIE Parry has joined his local club Llandudno on a loan deal from The New Saints.

The 22-year-old wideman is a former Wrexham youth who spent time at Wolverhampton Wanderers before becoming a member of the Under-21 side at Stoke City.

Released by the Potters, he joined TNS in October 2015 and was loaned to Gap Connah's Quay a month later before being recalled in April 2016, scoring eight goals from 18 (+8) Welsh Premier appearances to date.

"I'm delighted to come to Llandudno on loan as it,s my local club," Parry says. "I've had the chance to go to a number of clubs but as soon as I knew Llandudno came in for me there was only one place I was going to go. I know the lads here well and I'm looking forward to getting back playing."

TNS chief Craig Harrison says: "Robbie started the season in excellent form in terms of both goals and assists. Unfortunately though, he picked up a nasty toe injury and needed surgery.

"Meanwhile, team mates in Robbie's positions have been excellent, which has makes it hard to get back in the team. So Robbie will be going out to get match-fit and ready to come back to challenge for the starting eleven."

TNS currently have three players out on loan with Phil Baker at Aberystwyth Town and fellow defender Tom Matthews with Airbus UK Broughton.