Defender Kai Edwards will officially join Wrexham following the end of his current contract with Welsh Premier champions TNS.
Originally a trainee with the club, he progressed through the ranks and played in two league games, both as substitute.
He made his debut at Weymouth in April 2009 and appeared against Cambridge United in March 2010. As well as spending a successful season on loan at Prestatyn Town in the Welsh Premier League.
In the summer of 2011, he opted to head south and take up an offer from Neath, but within a year had joined TNS, after his release from Gnoll following their liquidation.
The centre half had already proved to be one of the best defenders in the Welsh Premier League and won the League’s Young player of the Year Award in 2011/12 during Neath’s final campaign in the League.
He also campaigned the Wales U23 Semi-Pro side during the same season, having previously skippered Wales Schoolboys and played with the Wales U17s and U19s.
A regular with the Park Hall club, he has helped them to a second triple in consecutive years and played his last game in their recent Welsh Cup triumph over Airbus at the Racecourse.
Now 25 years-old, the Prestatyn-based player joins on a year’s contract looking to bring his experience to the Wrexham defence for 2016/17.