Following Shane Sherriff's departure to Shrewsbury on Saturday, Paul McLaren today joined Bradford City on a two-year contract.
The 31-year old joined Tranmere Rovers two-years ago, re-joining Ronnie Moore whom he had played under at Rotherham United. After a shakey start, McLaren established his place in the team and went on to become an important player in the Rovers side, with his increadible passing range often the key to Tranmere moves.
Building a partnership with Steve Jennings in the centre of Tranmere's midfield last season, McLaren was picked out by many as the best player in the side, and indeed poor runs of form did coincide with McLaren missing from the side.
A dead ball specialist, McLaren was the leading assist man in League One last year as he provided ten goals, scoring four himself.
In total, over two-years McLaren missed just seven Tranmere league games, in total playing 92 times for the club.
Tranmere Rovers Mad would like to wish Paul all the best for the future and thank him for the time he spent at Prenton Park.