EX-WANDERERS attacker Kaiyne Woolery has signed for League Two rivals Tranmere Rovers.

The winger turned down a chance to stay in League One with Swindon Town and will join former Bolton captain Jay Spearing in what is shaping up to be a strong squad at Prenton Park.

Woolery was brought to Wanderers by Dougie Freedman for £10,000 in 2014 and made his debut on the penultimate weekend of the season at Bournemouth under the Scot’s successor, Neil Lennon.

He started to establish himself in the first team the following season, playing 20 times in the Championship and scoring twice, but was sold on for a marginal profit by Phil Parkinson early in 2016/17 to Wigan Athletic.

Woolery was a big part of Swindon’s promotion push last season, playing alongside Eoin Doyle, and scoring six times.

His move to Tranmere was confirmed yesterday after several weeks of speculation.

“I’m really pleased the deal is sorted now,” he said. “This is a place I’ve been meaning to come to for a while so I’m happy to finally be here.

“Tranmere is a very big club and obviously recently won back to back promotions. Last year’s relegation shouldn’t really have happened so hopefully I can come here and help us get another promotion.

“I spoke to the Gaffer he just said what he is wanting to achieve this season and I think you can see by some of the signings already that the squad is looking strong.”