Keith Lowe's full transfer to York City is now complete following his initial loan spell with the Minstermen.
A deal has now been finalised between Cheltenham Town and York City which sees Keith Lowe become a permanent player for the Minstermen.
Keith had joined York on an initial loan spell with a permanent transfer proposed when the January Transfer Window opened and that deal has been complete this morning with him putting pen to paper on a two-and-a-half year deal.
The popular defender has already made 9 appearances for his new club since moving to Bootham Crescent.
"I'm really excited," he told York City's official website.
"I think I've slotted in well since I came here. The lads have managed to stabilise results and things are looking positive, so I'm really excited to be part of it to be honest. Things have gone really well, the lads have welcomed me in and made it really easy for me to settle. And so have the fans and staff who've been great and have made it really easy for me."
The transfer follows that of Russell Penn who also joined York City for an undisclosed fee yesterday morning and the two players leave with the club's best wishes and thanks.