CAERNARFON Town youngster Ben Clark has been recalled from his loan spell at the club by The New Saints.

The midfielder impressed considerably at The Oval after arriving in November, making 14 appearances to gain additional JD Cymru Premier experience to aid his development.

He will now compete for a place in Scott Ruscoe’s squad for the remainder of the campaign when it gets back underway following the Coronavirus suspension, and the player thanks everyone at the Canaries’ for their support during his time at the club.

He said: “Thank you to all the Caernarfon Town players and staff for making my time there very memorable and beneficial for my footballing career.

“I feel as though they have helped me progress into a better player and playing week in week out has allowed me to improve my versatility as a player, playing in numerous positions.

“I’d also like to thank all the Caernarfon fans for supporting me throughout my journey at the club. I wish them all the best for the future and hope they progress into Europa League qualifiers for next season.”

Town assistant manager Sean Eardley also praised his side for the way they turned around their form in recent after a disappointing spell through the Christmas and New Year period.

The Cofis’ lost six out of eight contests in all competitions before their mini-resurgence, which saw them draw at Barry Town United before beating Cefn Druids and Newtown.

They are next due in action on April 4 when they take on Cardiff Met for a place in the JD Welsh Cup final.

Eardley, said: “The lads have been fantastic the last couple of weeks and I feel the results have reflected the way we have gone about training. We've had a real intensity about the place and the lads are certainly leaving everything out there.

“Gaining a point down in Barry shown tremendous character. We had been beaten by Connahs Quay the week before and after going a goal down you fear the worst. But we bounced straight back and yet again created big chances in the game to maybe nick something more.

“We then went into the Welsh Cup game with our tails up a bit, we had performed well in previous rounds and wanted to carry on the momentum.

“The result against Newtown was important, it was our first win in the second phase and our first win at home in the league in a long while.”