Exeter City can confirm that Christy Pym will be leaving St James Park this summer having turned down the offer of a new contract.
Christy, a product of the club’s youth academy, has excelled and improved during his time in the first team, especially during the past three seasons where he has made 130 appearances as the club has battled for promotion from League Two.
During that time every effort has been made to try and keep Christy at the club, but with his contract coming to an end this season he has been free to talk to other teams and has today completed a transfer to Peterborough United.
At the age of 24-years-old, City are not entitled to compensation for Christy.
Chairman Julian Tagg, said: “While we are disappointed not to receive a compensation fee for Christy, another one of our talented academy graduates, he has been a fantastic servant for this club playing well over 150 first team games.
“Christy has been a credit to Exeter City throughout his time at St James Park, not only because of his superb performances on the field, but because he is also been at the forefront of our work in the community attending many events put on by our CITY Community Trust.
“We thank Christy for his hard work and commitment during his time with us and we wish him well for the future.”