Stanley winger Jack Nolan has joined League Two rivals Gillingham for an undisclosed fee, the club has confirmed.

The 23-year-old made 80 appearances for the Reds, scoring 17 goals and providing a further 17 assists.

Nolan told the club website: "I'd just like to say a massive thank you to everyone associated with Accrington Stanley for the last three years, by far the most I have enjoyed my football in my career so far.

"From players past and present, staff both on the pitch and off it, and to Andy Holt and the rest of the board, I thank you all for making my time at the club one to remember.

"To the fans and the community of Accrington, I thank you all for treating myself and my family as one of your own from the very first day and is something  we are all grateful for.

"I've met people at the club and in the area that will remain friends for life. I wish John, Ged and all the lads the very best for the new season ahead. I will be back at Accrington soon as a fan, that's for sure."

The winger came through the ranks at Reading and had a spell at Walsall before heading to the Wham Stadium in the summer of 2021.

John Doolan added: "We want to thank Jack for all his time, his effort, and everything he's done for the club.

"He had an unbelievable season last year and we wish him all the best for the future."