Dundee United have announced that coach Laurie Ellis has left the club.
The 39-year-old former Raith Rovers defender arrived at Tannadice in 2016 as assistant to Ray McKinnon.
Ellis was also caretaker boss on two occasions after the departures of McKinnon and his successor Csaba Laszlo.
He worked for a time with current manager Robbie Neilson but has now severed his ties with the club.
United sporting director Tony Asghar said: “As we continue to review all areas of the club and put in place our plans for the long-term vision we have for Dundee United, Laurie leaves with our thanks for his effort and commitment during his near three seasons at Tannadice and our best wishes for his future coaching career.”
Ellis added: “I am proud and honoured to have played a role at Dundee United.
“This is a fantastic club that has the potential to be in the Premiership and while I wish that could have been achieved in my time here, I wish everyone at United all the best in their pursuit of promotion.
“I now look forward to the next stage in my career.”
Earlier this month, United also parted company with reserve team manager Craig Easton and Under-18s coach Scott Robertson.