DAVID LLOYD insists that there is "no better place" than Colwyn Bay for Glamorgan to get back to winning ways in the County Championship.

The Welsh outfit head to Rhos-on-Sea tomorrow for the start of their four day clash with Warwickshire having lost six of their last seven Division Two matches.

Sitting bottom of the County Championship, Glamorgan are looking to put behind them a week in which they crashed out of the T20 Blast and lost young Welsh batsman Aneurin Donald, who has joined Hampshire on loan ahead of signing a permanent deal at the Ageas Bowl.

Former Brymbo ace Lloyd is relishing the chance to return north and believes the change of scenery will benefit Glamorgan.

He said: “It’ll be nice to get back up north and play at home, and also see a few familiar faces.

"But first, we have to sort out our performances and there’s no better place to do it.

"Hopefully we’ll get some runs on the board and get our confidence back and see how it goes from there.”

Indeed runs have been tough to come by for the Welsh outfit this season with Robert Croft's men dismissed for 88 and 85 against Sussex as well as being bowled out for under 200 twice against Durham on home soil.

But Steve James famously scored the club's only triple century back in 2000 at Colwyn Bay and Lloyd is hoping that this young Glamorgan side can give Warwickshire a run for money, much like they did to Sussex 12 months ago when losing by just one wicket.

Lloyd said: “It’s normally a good deck. The boys did well last time, even though they lost by one wicket. It was a young team up there. They showed signs of good form and hopefully we can go up there and forget what’s happened the last few weeks, and try and enjoy our cricket.”

Last time Glamorgan and Warwickshire met it was the latter who triumphed by four wickets as Ian Bell scored a century in each innings for the hosts.

All-rounder Lloyd was encouraged by that performance, adding: “We showed at their place that we can compete against a good side.

"Obviously we’ll be looking to do better than last time after losing. But we know how good they are and they’re pushing to get promoted.

"We’ll try and do anything and everything to spoil their promotion push.”

Warwickshire captain Jeetan Patel has warned his side against complacency as they head to Colwyn Bay looking to continue their Division Two title bid.

"The expectations are there, from the spectators and also from us as players," he said. "We don't believe we should be in Division Two and that's good because we are striving for more.

"We want to be in the Division One and competing for the Division One title, but you can only play the game's that's in front of you and if you start looking too far ahead you can come a cropper.

"The way we played over two days against Gloucestershire last week was very professional with a really solid attitude and that is what we have got to show again."