Yeovil Town have handed Curtis Haynes-Brown a two-year contract following a successful spell on trial at the club.
Haynes-Brown was on the books at Lowestoft, who will be due a fee from Yeovil, as the defender had a year left to run on his contract.
Haynes-Brown was in fine form as Lowestoft reached the Ryman Premier Division playoff final last season. However, the Suffolk side were displeased with the way in which Haynes-Brown was lured.
Lowestoft joint boss, Ady Gallagher, commented: “We’re a little bit disappointed that things weren’t done in a more professional way.”
Haynes-Brown had a trial at Crewe earlier in the summer, however Dario Gradi decided not to offer the left-back a contract.