League Two side Cambridge United have announced the signing of Fleetwood Town captain Mark Roberts, via their official club website.
The formed Stevenage Borough defender has signed a two year contract that will keep him at the Abbey Stadium until the end of the 2016-2017 season.
During his two year spell with Fleetwood, 31-year-old Roberts has captained the side on numerous occasions during his 60 appearances and brings a wealth of experience into the United side ahead of the new League Two campaign next season.
Having played in all three Football League divisions, Roberts comes into the side knowing what it is like to play for a club in League Two having made 115 appearances at this level.
The central defender started his career off in 2003 at Championship side Crewe Alexandra before having loan spells at Chester City, Halifax Town and Northwich Victoria. The latter of those loan outings eventually became a permanent deal in 2007.
In the same season, Roberts then moved to League Two side Accrington Stanley on loan before he finally settled at Stevenage Borough before moving onto Fleetwood in 2013.
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