AMMANFORD AFC have announced the signing of Swansea City legend Lee Trundle.

The former Swans man becomes the club’s first signing of the summer.

The 43-year-old striker joins Ammanford from Trefelin Boys and Girls Club after helping them to promotion.

After spells in the English non-league system, Trundle moved to Rhyl in 2000, where he scored 15 goals in just 18 games.

His exploits at Rhyl earned him a move to Wrexham the season after, before making the move south to Swansea in 2003.

Trundle scored 78 goals in 146 appearances for the Swans.

He went on to play for Bristol City and Leeds, followed by a second spell at Swansea on loan.

Next season, he will come up against former side Llanelli Town, where he scored 68 goals in 45 games, as well as Haverfordwest County, scoring 12 goals in just 18 appearances.

Upon joining the club, Trundle stated “I’m really pleased to be joining the club. The hard work the club have put in off the field with the new stand, floodlights and ground improvements show the club are moving in the right direction.

“Hopefully with my experience I can make an improvement on the pitch with my own ability as well as helping other players along the way.

“The club has a great family feel to it and I’m looking forward to the community coming out and supporting the boys on a match day and in return myself getting out into the local community and helping out wherever I can.

"I believe to be part of the football club you become part of the area and by us all working together we can bring good times and make great memories”.