17-year-old Kai returns to the club following a spell at Cefn Druids in which he captained the U19's and Reserves to two league titles as well as making his senior debut and getting his first cap for Wales in March featuring in two fixtures against Rep. of Ireland.
Kai becomes Penycae's first signing of the summer and it's one that manager Ben Heath thinks will help the club build for the future "I am excited and happy that we have signed Kai, he is one of the best local talents I have seen and this is proof of the direction the club will be going in moving forward.
I want the clubs future to be built around local youth and by implementing an ethos and philosophy around this, we can allow youngsters to play with passion, heart and no fear. We will give young players the platform to showcase their abilities with specific coaching that will consist of total ball work and freedom to play football."
Following the signing Kai gave his thoughts on returning to the Cae "I am excited about returning to the club where I developed as a youth player. I was excited to hear how Ben wants to work going forward and the project that is going on here at Penycae. His ideas are exactly what I want to be involved in and I can't wait to meet my team mates and get started."