CONWY Borough manager Gareth Thomas will welcome back several key figures for their trip to Prestatyn Town tonight (7.30pm).

The Tangerines travel to a Town outfit that have struggled to adjust to life in the Huws Gray Alliance following their relegation from the top flight and an exodus of personnel during the summer, but there is a heightened sense of optimism within the set-up following new ownership and the return of legendary manager Neil Gibson into the fold.

Boro’ have begun the season in fine form after their memorable treble-winning campaign last term, but they come into the game on the back of a narrow JD Welsh Cup reverse at home to Rhyl.

Thomas was without midfielder Leigh Craven and striker Dean Seager for that contest, but the pair are available for their trip to the Motion Finance Stadium, with Adam Whitlock also available for selection following a short absence.

The Boro’ boss, said: “We will be without Iolo Hughes through suspension but it’s good to have players coming back into the squad.

“It will be a tough game but we are hoping for a positive result after going out of the cup.”

A win could see the Tangerines move into third spot in the second tier standings if other results go their way.