We can announce that central midfielder Craig Gott has now left Spennymoor and returned to former club Marske United for an undisclosed fee.
We reported at the weekend that Craig had decided he was unable to play on for Spennymoor for personal reasons.
Moors accepted a fee for the schemer after he was transfer listed on Sunday and the player has now completed a return to the Seasiders 11 months after leaving for The Brewery Field.
Gott made 47 appearances for Moors, scoring 5 goals, and played a significant part in securing promotion to the Evo-Stik League Premier Division through the play-offs, including scoring a goal in the semi-final win over Burscough.
Manager Jason Ainsley said: “We have agreed a fee with Marske for Craig to return there after it was determined that he could not commit to the commitments that Evo-Stik football demands due to personal reasons.
“Craig is a fantastic player and person and will be a massive loss to the football club, but family circumstances override any decision to keep hold of a player and we wish Craig the very best.”
The club would like to thank Craig for his services and wish him the best of luck at Marske.