Tahvon Campbell has signed for rivals Cheltenham Town following his release from Forest Green.

The striker has joined the Robins on a two-year deal and becomes their second signing of the summer.

Campbell fell down the pecking order at the New Lawn after Christian Doidge's return and the arrival of Shawn McCoulsky.

He was subsequently loaned out to Gillingham on transfer deadline day back in January before he was released by Rovers at the end of his contract.

The former West Bromwich Albion man initially joined Mark Cooper's side on loan in January 2018 before he made his move permanent that summer.

On joining Cheltenham, Campbell told the club's website: "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."

He scored seven goals during his time at Forest Green, two of them coming against his new club Cheltenham.