CAERNARFON Town striker Cai Jones has left the club to re-join Porthmadog.

The popular figure has played a huge part in the Canaries’ recent success, which saw hem secure a top six berth for the second consecutive campaign at the JD Cymru Premier split.

Jones has now decided to leave the set-up in favour of a move back to Port, with the forward citing “personal reasons” behind the decision.

Port manager Craig Papirnyk, said: “"Cai is one of our own, so for him to come back is a massive lift to us all.

"He’s excited about coming back and really wants to help us out of the position we are in.

“He knows what it means to wear the red and black and he’s a Port lad with passion for the club that is ingrained in him, he will add a huge amount of quality to the squad and strengthen our attacking line up.

"I would like to thank Sean Eardley who has been fantastic in the transfer of Cai and Caernarfon for speeding through the process.”

The Cofis’ did receive some good news on the transfer front with the acquisition of Telor Williams from Porthmadog.

Williams is a talented youngster that possesses a tremendous amount of versatility, and together with the return from injury of Noah Edwards and Jamie Crowther, it is a much-needed boost for Eardley’s squad heading into the second half of the season.