Kaid Mohamed will leave Cheltenham Town at the end of his current contract and join Port Vale.
Winger Kaid Mohamed will depart the Abbey Business Stadium this summer to join League One side Port Vale.
'Mo' was offered a new contract by Mark Yates following the end of the 2012-13 campaign but the 28 year-old Welshman has now agreed a two year contract with the Valiants who were promoted into League One last month.
"I want to play at the highest standard I can but leaving is hard for me," said Mo.
"It has been an amazing two years and I have no regrets about my time with Cheltenham Town. I would have liked to have played League One football with Cheltenham but I have the opportunity now and this is a new chapter in my life.
"I have so many good memories like White Hart Lane, Wembley and Everton in the FA Cup. I had to take the chance of a higher standard of football but there is no doubt in my mind that my two years with Cheltenham Town have been the best of my career. I have made so many friends and the gaffer and staff have been good to me too. I love the fans and I want to thank everyone who has supported me during my time with the club."
Mo was a major player over the last two seasons here at Cheltenham Town both on and off the pitch. He made 100 appearances in two seasons with the club and scored 18 goals during that time. He will perhaps be most remembered for his extra time winner over Hereford in the FA Cup which set up a third round clash with Premiership side Everton last season.
Kaid will join Port Vale at the end of his current contract with Cheltenham Town. We would like to thank Kaid for his efforts over the past two seasons and we wish him luck in his future.