Stanley midfielder Tommy Leigh has completed a permanent move to MK Dons for an undisclosed fee.

Leigh arrived at the Wham Stadium in the summer of 2021 after catching the eye for Bognor Regis in the non-league pyramid.

The 24-year-old went on to make 120 appearances for the Reds across three seasons, scoring 28 times.

Manager John Doolan told the club website: "Tommy obviously came to us from non-league, and he did unbelievable for us in League One.

"He was brilliant for the club, he was a great lad around the place, on and off the pitch, and I am sure he will do really well going forward. We wish him all the best."

Leigh added: "My time at Accrington has come to an end. I would like to start by saying thank you to all the players, staff, management, chairman and all the amazing fans for the past three years.

"You have all been incredible to me and I feel I have made friends for life. I would like to wish John, Ged and all the lads the very best for the next season ahead.

"120 appearances and 28 goals, thank you for so many memories. Now onto the next chapter in my life."

MK Dons finished fourth in League Two last season but were beaten heavily over two legs by Crawley in the play-off semi-final.

Jack Nolan and Rosaire Longelo have also departed Stanley this summer to join League Two rivals, heading to Gillingham and Swindon respectively.