Dan Bradley has left Alfreton Town and signed for AFC Fylde for a five-figure sum.
The forward had believed to have attracted interest from a number of suitors including Lincoln City, Kidderminster Harriers and FC Halifax Town.
The 25-year-old, who spent four years at the Impact Arena, signed a three-year contract with Fylde on Wednesday evening.
Bradley posted on Twitter: “Just like to say a massive thank you for everyone involved at ATFC. I’ve had four fantastic years there and have met some fantastic people.
“Including fans who a lot of them I have got to know personally. The opportunity to go back into full time football was too good to turn down.
“I wish ATFC all the very best for the future, it’s been a pleasure.”
Reds chairman Wayne Bradley wished the player well and this morning listed the top five transfer deals for the club, with Bradley third.
Aiden Flint topped the list, followed by Kyle McFadzean, Bradley, Liam Hearn and Mick Godber.