Shelbourne have confirmed that Jack Moylan will move to Lincoln City when his contract expires at the end of the League of Ireland season.
Moylan will move to The Imps in November and will join up with manager Mark Kennedy, who played 34 times for the senior Ireland team between 1995 and 2002.
"Shelbourne FC have today announced that Jack Moylan will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season," said a club statement.
"The club recognises the positive contribution Jack has made since signing in November 2021 and we were eager for Jack to stay with us, but he has made the decision to continue his career with Lincoln City FC in England, competing in League One once his contract expires in November 2023.
"We fully respect Jack’s decision. He will remain an important part of our squad for the remaining games and is fully committed to giving his best on the pitch for the Reds as we enter a pivotal stage of the season."
— Shelbourne FC (@shelsfc) September 4, 2023
Jack Moylan to leave Shels
Moylan has scored eight goals for Shels in the League of Ireland Premier Division this season, and has been a key figure in their late charge towards the European places.
He joined the Tolka Park outfit ahead of a 2022 season in which he scored 10 goals in all competitions, helping Damien Duff's side to an FAI Cup Final appearance in November.
Kennedy, a former Ireland teammate of Duff's, took over at Lincoln in the summer of 2022, before leading them to an 11th-place finish in League One last season.
They have made a decent start to this season, sitting in seventh-place after six games, with ex-Bohs and Shamrock Rovers star Danny Mandroiu scoring twice in the opening weeks.