Yannick was a regular in Colin Calderwood's reserve side this season, but was deemed unlikely to make the leap up to first team football and was released in order for him to find another club.
He said his goodbyes at Spurs Lodge on Tuesday and said how much he had enjoyed his time at the club and hopes our paths cross again in future.
"I had three good years at Spurs," he said. "I really have liked it and met some good people here, but I've got to go now and move on.
"I wish Spurs all the best for next year and years to come, but maybe we will meet again somehow - maybe in the European Cup."
Yannick hopes that the move will enable him to play first team football and he added that he will have a dash of home comforts thrown in for good measure.
"I do because I spoke to the manager and the director and they said they were looking for me to play a lot of games so it should be a good move.
"My mum is going to come with me and live with me in Strasbourg, so it will be good. Good cooking, good cleaning, washing for me."
Reserve striker Yannick Kamanan has left the club and returned to France to join Strasbourg.