KFC has revealed plans to open new restaurants in Flintshire and Wrexham.

The fried chicken chain has listed sites on its website where it want to open new sites - which include plans for drive-thru restaurants in Mold and Wrexham.

It is inviting developers to get in touch if they have a space that could be of interest, and says the company will pay £20,000 “for all recognised introductions”.

According to the company, drive thru sites are its most popular type and can be fit into vacant sites of more than 0.3 acres. Existing building conversions will also be considered.

Its restaurant options are considered where drive-thrus cannot be accommodated. As this is just a wish list of locations where KFC wants to expand, there is no guarantee that restaurants will definitely pop up in each new site.

KFC currently has more than 900 branches in the UK.