Striker Nathan Curtis has left Ossett Town and signed for Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division North rivals Spennymoor Town.
Curtis joined the club in July 2014 following his release from Bradford City.
His first season at the club was disrupted by injury but as he found his way in the Evo-Stik Nathan hit the net on 6 occasion in the thirty-four appearances.
An impressive pre-season saw Curtis establish himself as first-choice striker, the goals began to flow starting with a 60-yard strike against Athersley Recreation in the summer.
That form continued once the season started and despite the results not going the way of the club, Curtis started to catch the eye of potential suiters bagging 9 goals in eighteen appearances.
New manager Graham Nicholas said: “I am disappointed to lose a player like Nathan Curtis as I wanted the opportunity to work with him but understand his desire to quickly progress up the football Pyramid. This is not a negative, however, as it opens the door for someone else in the team to impress.”
Ossett Town secretary Neil Spofforth said “There has been a lot of interest for Nathan in recent times as you would expect with his goalscoring record. There has been a few offers which he rejected to stay here at the 4G Voice & Data Stadium, some from clubs higher in the football Pyramid. Ultimately though the pull of Spennymoor Town, and a promotion push this season was too much of an incentive for him to turn down.”