He was dubbed 'magic daps' for the manner in which he lit up the Vetch Field and Liberty Stadium - and now fans of Haverfordwest County can enjoy the skills of Lee Trundle following the news the former Swansea City player has signed for the Bluebirds.

The 41-year-old has spent the last two seasons at Llanelli Town, where his goalscoring prowess has remained evident with him helping the club into the Welsh Premier with back to back promotions.

But Trundle, who currently works as an ambassador at the Liberty, announced last week he would be leaving Stebonheath Park due to work commitments, and this morning confirmed he would be playing for Sean Cresser's side in the Welsh League Division One.

Haverfordwest chairman David Hughes promptly expressed his delight to Telegraph Sport: "Lee scored 84 goals for Llanelli in two seasons and we've been looking for a striker. Natural goalscorers are not always easy to come by.

"Signing Lee is a huge statement of our intent as a club. He will bring a wealth of experience and will help our promising youngsters like Danny Williams, Joe Pritchard and Gregg Walters to name but a few."

Trundle himself has taken to social media to say: "I'm looking forward to the coming season with Haverfordwest - a club with ambition. Can’t wait to get started."

The management team of Cresser and assistant Tim Hicks will remain the same for the 2018/19 season, with Mickey Ellis also involved - and the trio will be delighted with their new addition.

Telegraph Sport understands Trundle had signed on a week-to-week basis, and will join his new team-mates for pre-season training this summer.