Haverfordwest County AFC are delighted to confirm that Danny Williams has signed a deal to extend his stay with the club until the end of the season.

The 21-year-old returned to the Ogi Bridge Meadow in the summer for a third spell with the Bluebirds, after impressing in his previous two stints in west Wales.

Williams initially joined County from Pontardawe Town in the 2017-18 season, hitting the ground immediately as he netted 18 goals in a stand-out campaign which earned him a move to Sky Bet Championship side Cardiff City.

He was then loaned back to the Pembrokeshire Bluebirds for their first season back in the JD Cymru Premier, and he had a similar impact on the field, netting 10 goals in 30 appearances in the 2020-21 campaign.

Danny in action against Pen-y-Bont on Friday night. © RawPhotography

Having departed the Welsh capital side in the summer, he returned to Haverfordwest County on a deal until January 2022, which has now been extended to see out the remainder of the current season.

Williams has made 17 appearances in all competitions so far this season, netting four goals and setting up three assists. He was on the scoresheet in the game against Newtown at Latham Park last weekend, with his strike from a tight angle finding the far corner as the Bluebirds drew 1-1 with the Robins.

Typically a centre-forward, Williams has made the move into midfield in recent weeks, a switch that has allowed him to get on the ball more often and showcase his wide range of skills.

We’re looking forward to seeing what Danny can contribute between now and the end of the season, as we aim to secure our place in the JD Cymru Premier for another season.