Yeovil striker Andy Williams has thanked the club's fans and management as he looks set to depart Huish Park.
The 25-year-old is planning the next chapter of his career and newly-promoted Swindon look favourites to secure his services.
Williams, who scored 17 goals last season, made the switch to Somerset from Bristol Rovers in the summer of 2010.
"If anything I took a bit of a gamble, took a big wage cut and had other options. But I felt Yeovil was the right place then," he told the Western Gazette.
"As time went on it proved to be that way and when I look back I had a successful two years. I have met some good people and made some good friends there.
"I did not really hit the ground running, they were very patient and when I started to show them what I could do I started to get more support."