Dale Gorman is on the look-out for a new club after comfirmation from Stevenage FC that the midfielder is one of several players who have parted company with the club.
Stevenage ended their season with a 1-0 defeat at Wycombe on Saturday, although Gorman hasn't played for the League Two outfit since back in April when he suffered a fractured ankle in the game at Coventry City.
The Letterkenny man took to social media to thank the club and fans for their support during his five years there.
"Now it's time for a new chapter in my career," he said.
Stevenage have issed a statement confirming Gorman's departure.
Following meetings between players and management this week, seven players have left Stevenage FC with more made available for transfer.
Players out of contract in June and/or released:
Just want to say thank you to everyone involved with @StevenageFC including the fans for the support in my 5 years with the club but now it’s time for a new chapter in my career - Thanks again and good luck in the future ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/95EfMDG0Nx— Dale Gorman (@DaleGorman7) May 8, 2018