KIERAN Wallace has left Burton Albion and joined Sky Bet League Two side Mansfield Town on a permanent deal.
The 27-year-old began his career in Nottingham Forest's Academy, before joining Ilkeston Town and subsequently being spotted by then-Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough, who brought him to Bramall Lane.
After a brief spell at Matlock Town, Wallace joined the Brewers in 2018, initially on a series of short-term deals before signing a permanent contract in the summer of 2019.
Wallace would go on to make 78 appearances in total for the Brewers, scoring twice and proving a versatile option both in midfield and across the back.
Having recovered from an ACL injury late last year, Wallace spent time on loan at National League North side York City before returning to the Pirelli Stadium in January.
This move will reunite Wallace with former Brewers manager Clough as well as former Brewers teammates Lucas Akins, Stephen Quinn, Richard Nartey and John-Joe O'Toole.
Everyone at Burton Albion wishes Kieran all the very best for the future.