Cheltenham Town can confirm that midfielder Adam Page will leave the club at the end of his current contract.
The 20-year-old made his first team debut for Cheltenham earlier this season as a substitute in the Carabao Cup fixture with Oxford United.
He also featured in the Checkatrade Trophy group match against Swansea City Under-21s at the LCI Rail Stadium.
The Worcester-born midfielder – who has had spells on loan this season with Gloucester City, Hereford and Redditch – will now leave the club in a bid to gain regular first team football.
Manager Gary Johnson said: “Pagey will leave us with our very best wishes and thanks for this efforts during his time at Cheltenham.
“Pagey is a real hard worker who has had to show his determination and character to battle back from a number of long-term injuries over the last few seasons.
“We have spoken to him about his future and feel at the current time it is important he joins a club where he will get the opportunity to play regular football and establish himself.
“We have told him that we plan to keep an eye on his progress and will watch closely to see how he does. He’s a great lad and we all wish him well.”