Trundle scored five goals in 20 games on his return to Swansea
Welsh Premier side Neath have completed the shock signing of former Championship striker Lee Trundle who has agreed a three-year deal.
The ex-Swansea City fans favourite, released by Bristol City in May, and was not offered a deal at Swansea where he had been on a season-long loan.
The 33-year-old will be joined at Neath by former Swans team-mate Kris O'Leary.
"The club showed a lot of ambition when I sat down and spoke to them," Trundle told BBC Sport Wales.
"I spoke to a lot of league clubs as well, but the things Neath said to me, the direction the club was moving and the things they wanted to achieve appealed to me.
"I know myself I can still play in the Football League and score goals - that's never been an issue with me.
"Being in the Swansea area is massive for me as well.
"Although being a Liverpool lad, I've got Swansea in my heart and I still love Swansea as a club so to stay here and give a chance for the Swansea fans to come over and support me when I'm playing here was another big thing for me."
Trundle, renowned for his silky skills, rejected moves to League One clubs Yeovil Town, Tranmere Rovers and Swindon Town.
The free agent also turned down an 11th hour bid from Blue Square Bet Premier new boys Newport County - who hoped Trundle's goals could fire them into the Football League - to complete his surprise move to ambitious Neath, who finished ninth in last season's Welsh Premier.
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