FLY-HALF Tiff Eden is leaving Worcester Warriors at the end of the season after four years at Sixways.

The 22-year-old will be joining Greene King IPA Championship side Nottingham, having already had three spells for the club on a dual registration deal over the past two seasons.

Eden has made 14 appearances for Warriors and was part of the side who won the British and Irish Cup at Doncaster Knights in 2015.

But he has slipped down the pecking order at Worcester, particularly after the emergence at first-team level of teenager Jamie Shillcock.

Eden has played just three times in the European Challenge Cup this term, totalling just 82 minutes.

Eden joined the Warriors academy in 2013 after playing for Gloucester’s Under 18 Academy.

Cheltenham-born Eden was a regular for Worcester Cavaliers throughout the 2013/14 campaign, showing his versatility playing at both fly-half and at inside-centre.

Eden handed his first start for Warriors in the 2014/15 Championship season against Nottingham and went on to make nine appearances for the first-team including two tries and a total of 77 points.

The fly-half was out of action through injury at the start of the last campaign but came back to put in some fine performances for the Cavaliers as well as two first-team appearances in Europe.

Warriors director of rugby Gary Gold said: "We'd like to thank Tiff for his efforts during his time at Sixways and we wish him all the best in his next venture at Nottingham.”