Somethings had to change at Bangor during the transfer window and Nev Powell has been busy bringing new faces in to reshuffle his squad.
Young keeper Connor Roberts joins from Chester and after being named in Wales’ squad recently for the friendly versus Netherlands he’s almost certain to replace Jack Cudworth who’s had a disappointing season.
October’s player of the month Lee Healey also joins from Cefn Druids to give Les Davies some competition up front.
Callum Morris and Liam Caddick are the other new signings at Nantporth.
Leaving Bangor are James Brewerton who rejoins his old club Rhyl, Rob Jones returns to gap Connah’s Quay, while Joe Culshaw and Jack Laird have joined Cefn Druids.
The Druids have been the busiest club so far this January with nince new players arriving at The Rock including Mark McGregor who left gap Connah’s Quay this week. They’ve also added loan signing, Louis Gray from Wrexham who’ll replace Dave Roberts in goal since he’s left to concentrate on his coaching career.
Also leaving Cefn is striker Alan Bull who’s signed for gap Connah’s Quay along with Dave Forbes who arrives from Rhyl.
Gavin Cadwallader and Gareth Partridge have returned to Newtown and defender Kyle Parle is the only signing at Bala Town while left back Sean Smith has extended his loan from Wrexham.
Carmarthen have strengthened with the signings of Jordan Knott and Sion Dafydd-Williams from the lower leagues, and the loan signing of Jordan Wells from The New Saints.
Tricky winger Chris Jones returns to the Welsh Prem with Port Talbot after a spell at Gloucester after Keyon Reffell left the Steelmen for Kidderminster Harriers.
And Jamie Reed has singed for TNS after returning from playing out in Australia.
Already a lot of changes and there should be plenty more movement before the end of the month.