Cheltenham have completed the signing of left-back Billy Jones.
Jones rejected the chance to sign fresh terms with Exeter, who were relegated from League One last season, and has now passed a medical and put pen to paper on a two-year deal with League Two rivals Town.
The 29-year-old becomes manager Mark Yates' second signing of the summer after midfielder Sam Deering as the Robins look to go one better than May's play-off final defeat when the action resumes next month.
Jones told his new club's official website: "Exeter wasn't the right move for me but I knew Cheltenham was after speaking with Mark Yates.
"It all happened really quickly because I got the phone call just five days ago. It's all done and dusted now which is good and I really can't wait to get started."
Jones started his career with Leyton Orient before moving to Kidderminster and then a first stint with Exeter in 2005.
His form for the Grecians attracted the attention of Crewe in 2007, for whom he enjoyed three seasons before moving back to Exeter, making a total of 57 appearances in the last two years including 21 last term.