RADCLIFFE goalkeeper Ollie Martin has left the Neuven Stadium after two years with the club.

The shot-stopper kept 33 clean sheets in 90 appearances for Boro and was a key figure in the club’s promotion to the Northern Premier League under Jon Macken.

Now however he has announced he is not part of boss Lee Fowler’s plans and will be moving on, the season having been brought to a halt by the coronavirus pandemic.

“Well…my time at Radcliffe FC has come to an end, as unfortunately I’m not in the plans for next season,” Martin said on social media.

“Playing every minute, making 90 appearances for the club and keeping 33 clean sheets during my tenure, I’ve had plenty of fond memories over the two seasons I’ve had at the club, none better than winning promotion in the 2018-19 play-off final and winning Young Player of the Year.

“I met some great people along the way – fans, players backroom staff and volunteers. Thank you for all the support.

“Thank you to Gaz Lazenbury for introducing me to Jon Macken and Frank Sinclair who along with others such as Paul Hilton and Marcus McCabe placed their trust in me for the duration of such huge seasons for the club.

“What happens next, we’ll wait and see. Best of luck for the future, see you soon.”

A Boro statement read: "The club would like to thank Ollie for his contribution to the club over the past two years. A likeable character on and off the pitch, Ollie helped the club reach the Northern Premier League through the play-offs last season.

"Everyone at the club would like to wish Ollie all the very best in his future endeavours both on and off the pitch."