Former Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Curtis Thompson has joined League One rivals Cheltenham Town on a free transfer.

The 30-year-old had become a free agent after leaving the Chairboys this summer, which brought an end to his five-and-a-half-year stay at Adams Park.

He had been expected to sign for newly-promoted Stevenage and team up with ex-Wanderers teammate Nick Freeman, but has instead made the move to the West Country side.

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Thompson played 152 times for the club and played a key role in Wanderers' play-off push in 2022, before he suffered a serious knee injury, coincidentally against Cheltenham in February of that year.

This resulted in the central midfielder missing the next eight months which would see him only play six more times for the Chairboys. 

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Speaking on joining the Robins, he said: "I'm delighted to get it over the line.

"I'm a midfielder who likes to get stuck in with tenacity and I like to try and get on the ball as much as possible.

"I want to be positive, drive the team and work really hard in every single game I play."