Former Carlisle United defender Byron Webster has dropped into non-league after his Blues departure.

The centre-half has signed for National League side Bromley.

The 33-year-old had been offered new terms by the Cumbrians earlier in the summer but rejected the chance to stay with United.

Speaking on Bromley's website, manager Neil Smith said: "He [Webster] has a fantastic reputation at Millwall and is a real leader of men.

"It’s another experienced league player who’s coming in to help develop my young players and hopefully being a leader in the changing room and on the pitch to kick us on in the league.”

Bromley finished 13th in the curtailed National League in 2019/20.

Webster's move follows a 39-game season for the Cumbrians which saw the centre-half come in for criticism from fans after a series of defensive errors early in the campaign.

He produced improved displays under Chris Beech but has now moved on in a switch that sees him link up with his former Millwall team-mate Alan Dunne.

The defender added: "It's been a long time in the pipeline, there have been a lot of conversations, and I'm glad to get it over the line.

"It's a great club and an ambitious club - the reason why I joined."