Keith Lowe returned to the Abbey Business Stadium in 2010 having previously enjoyed two separate loan spells with the Robins.
The former Wolves trainee was brought in by former manager John Ward for two stints during the 2006-07 season in League One and he also spent time on loan at Burnley, QPR, Swansea City and Brighton & Hove Albion before linking up with the Robins.
After his time with the Robins he linked up with Port Vale on loan and following his release from Wolves in 2008, he spent a season each at first Kidderminster Harriers then Hereford United.
The defender signed an initial one year deal with the Robins ahead of the 2010-11 campaign but this was later extended for another year once Keith had reached 25 appearances. Lowe was rewarded for his consistency when the Cheltenham Town supporters voted him their player of the season in 2010-11. Keith found himself out of the team a little more following the arrival of Sido Jombati in 2011-12 but he played an integral role in Cheltenham's play-off campaign and subsequently signed a new deal seeing him through until 2014.