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Keith Lowe delight at signing for Cheltenham Town

Cheltenham defender Keith Lowe
Lowe had two loan spells with Cheltenham during his days at Wolves

Keith Lowe has expressed his delight at joining Cheltenham for a third time.

Lowe has signed a one-year contract with the option of an extra 12 months provided he makes enough appearances.

"The big picture is for the team to do well and if I play well and the team does well that'll take care of itself," Lowe told BBC Radio Gloucestershire.

"I got the impression the gaffer wanted me here, he knew I wanted to be playing for Cheltenham, I know the place so it was an easy decision to make."

Since his loan spells with Cheltenham in 2006 and 2007, Lowe had a season-long loan with Port Vale, before moving to Kidderminster and then Hereford.

During this period he has never been booked - a remarkable record for a defender - with the only yellow card of his career coming before for Swansea in March 2006.

"Maybe I've got a bit of an innocent face and just get away with a few things, but I don't mind that at all," said Lowe.

"I don't go in to any rash tackles and just go about my defending the best I can - don't foul, don't do anything stupid, keep your head clear and just defend how you're supposed to defend."

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