Port Vale have completed the signing of winger Byron Moore on a two-year contract.
The Stoke-on-Trent born player has recently left local rivals Crewe Alexandra, failing to agree a new contract with the Railwaymen.
Moore came through the prestigious Crewe academy and signed his first professional contract in 2007.
He had a brief spell on loan with Kidsgrove Athletic in 2007 before becoming a valuable member of the Crewe squad over the last seven years.
His most productive season came during Crewe’s promotion year when he netted ten goals in 42 games for the Reds, helping the side gain promotion to League One in 2012.
During that season he also scored in the play-off final victory when Davis’ side managed to beat Cheltenham Town 2-0.
The winger was part of the side that won the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy in 2013 when the Railwaymen beat League Two side Southend United 2-0.
Moore played a crucial role, featuring 43 times, as the Alex survived relegation on the final day of the 2013-14 season.
The 25-year-old played 297 games in South Cheshire, scoring 33 goals, and has become Port Vale’s fourth signing with Mark Marshall, Colin Daniel and Ryan McGivern all penning deals with the Staffordshire outfit.