Gloucester City have confirmed the signing of 23-year-old central defender Jack Deaman.
Deaman started his career as a youngster with Wrexham, before joining Birmingham City in 2011.
From there he went on to teams such as Cheltenham Town, Stevenage, Torquay United and Cambridge United.
Deaman made his League debut for Cheltenham in October 2014, where he was named man of the match in a 1-1 draw against AFC Wimbledon, gaining plaudits from fans, local journalists and then-manager Mark Yates for an “outstanding performance”.
Manager Tim Harris is pleased to capture Deaman’s signature, saying: “We are extremely delighted Jack has decided to sign for Gloucester City for the upcoming season.
“Jack is a tall, ball-playing centre-back and he has played in the Football League so he has good experience and that will prove invaluable in the National League North.
“He is a now living locally, he has a really first class attitude and ambition.
“Jack has fitted in well with the squad, so we’re pleased to have him signed on for what will be another very competitive campaign in what is now a really strong league”.