Wolves goalkeeper Jon Flatt has rejoined Cheltenham on a season-long loan.
The 22-year-old previously played for the club in 2016, making 10 appearances as the Robins won the National League title.
Flatt, who had a spell at Barrow last term, told the club’s official website: “I’m absolutely delighted to be back. Everybody knows what it meant to me to be here last time and the opportunity to come back was a no-brainer.
“I’ve had many conversations with the gaffer, he’s ambitious and it’s nice to feel wanted.
“When I was here last time I made lots of friends and have kept in touch with them over the last year. They became friends for life and hopefully we, and the new players who have joined since then, can progress up the league together.”
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Cheltenham boss Gary Johnson added: “I’m very pleased to have Flatty back. He was a great character in the group and was also a popular figure at the club. He was a big part of our promotion.
“He’s gained more experience since then and I feel 100 per cent confident that he’s ready to perform in the league.”