Cork City have confirmed that striker Kieran Sadlier has agreed a move to Doncaster Rovers.
The former Ireland underage internationl scored 26 goals for the Leesiders this year as they finished second in the Premier Division and lost out in the FAI Cup final.
"We are all disappointed to see Kieran move on," said City boss John Caulfield.
"But we understand that he has an opportunity cross-channel that he wants to take and it is a great move for him.
"He has been a fantastic player for us and a great guy around the place."
Sadlier (24) joined City from Sligo Rovers in 2017 and scored the winning penalty in the FAI Cup final shoot-out last year.
NEWS | #DRFC new boy Kieran Sadlier hopes to bring something of the "unexpected" to the club after agreeing to join from January, while he is also looking forward to being reunited with manager Grant McCann.https://t.co/IxX6hI3B7r pic.twitter.com/4prFRjgtlT— Doncaster Rovers FC (@drfc_official) December 10, 2018
The former Peterborough United, Halifax and St Mirren player has signed a one-and-a-half year deal with with League One side.
Sadlier represented Ireland at Under-17, 19 and 21 levels.