Goalkeeper Reice Charles-Cook has left Coventry City and joined fellow League Two side Swindon Town.
Charles-Cook departs The Ricoh Arena after three years with Coventry City where he made over 50 appearances.
The former Arsenal trainee also holds the Coventry City post-war Club record for most consecutive minutes for not conceding a goal and was the first Sky Blues’ keeper to keep a clean sheet in each of his first four league appearances for the Club.
Charles-Cook dropped behind Lee Burge in the first XI half way through last season, and became third choice following the summer signing of Liam O’Brien from Portsmouth.
Speaking to Swindon Town’s official website, Charles-Cook said, “I’m absolutely buzzing to have signed here.”
“I’m over the moon and Swindon Town is a massive club.
“It shouldn’t be in League Two and it is a massive achievement on my behalf to sign for this football club.
“My first day training with the boys was excellent and I’m looking forward to the season ahead and helping us achieve promotion.”