Cheltenham Town have today completed the signing of forward Tahvon Campbell from Forest Green Rovers as confirmed on their official website.

The 22-year-old has signed a two year contract with the League Two side and will begin his career with the Robins ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.

The forward started his playing career at West Bromwich Albion whilst having spells on loan at Kidderminster Harriers, Yeovil Town, Notts County, Solihull Moors and Gillingham.

He spent the second half of last season on loan at League One side Gillingham but scored twice for Forest Green against Cheltenham before his short term move to the Priestfield Stadium.

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He came through the youth ranks at West Brom and is renowned for his ability to run at defenders and take players on and he is considered to be an exciting young talent.

Campbell said about his move to Cheltenham: “I’m really pleased to get it all done. I think this is going to be the perfect place for me to really show people what I can do.

“I want to nail down a starting place in the team and kick on. Speaking with the manager is what really got me into signing here.”

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He scored five goals in 21 appearances for Rovers, including one in the 4-0 Checkatrade Trophy win over Cheltenham and the Robins boss Michael Duff decided to make a move for the pacy striker.

Campbell was released by Forest Green Rovers at the end of the season and a move to Cheltenham provides him with the perfect opportunity with his permanent deal to really establish his career.

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