Talented Central Midfielder Rhydian Davies has decided to leave Aberystwyth Town FC in search of regular first team football.
Manager Ian Hughes said: "Of course we wish Rhydian all the best as his Career develops. Unfortunately in a very competitive midfield last season we were unable to offer him a regular start, however he is still only 19 and there are very few players of his age playing in the Welsh Premier League, let alone in the Top Six."
"We know that he did very well on loan at Rhayader Town in the Cymru Alliance last season, and there aren't many 19 year olds who have so many WPL appearances under their belt. He has a bright future in the game."
Rhydian made his debut for the Black and Greens as a 16 year old in the 2011/12 season and scored a headed goal at Afan Lido which was vital in ensuring Town's survival that year (please see that goal on the link below):
He went on to make 43 WPL appearances in total over the past four seasons, scoring twice from Central Midfield, and the Club was proud when he was selected to play for Wales' Semi Pro Under 18 side against Ireland in 2013.
Aberystwyth Town FC thanks Rhydian, and his parents Ray and Nia for their contribution to the Club on and off the field over the past few years, and we hope they all remain close to the Club in the future.