Midfielder Harry Pell is staying with Cheltenham Town. Harry has been in Blackpool discussing personal terms but has decided against making the move.
Speaking to ctfc.com Harry commented, "I have spent the day discussing terms and listening to what they had to say at Blackpool and I have decided that given all the factors, the right decision for my family and I was to turn their offer down and remain at Cheltenham.
"I have spoken to the Gaffer (Gary Johnson) and he has re-iterated that he's very happy that I am still a Cheltenham Town player and I am 100 percent focused on the job in hand with the Robins. I'm looking forward to getting back and getting on with our campaign."
Gary Johnson added, "I, as well I'm sure as the Board, fans and players, am very happy that Pelly has decided to stay at the club.
"It's a credit to everyone at our great club that a player can turn down a League One opportunity to stay at Cheltenham."
Harry will now return to Cheltenham to link up with his teammates and goes into the squad for tomorrow's Carabao Cup tie at Oxford United.