Mario Bilate has expressed his sadness after agreeing to leave Dundee United.
The Russian-born Dutch striker, who joined the Tangerines in the summer of 2014, and the Tangerines have decided to part company.
Bilate sustained a season-ending knee injury after rupturing his cruciate ligament in training six weeks ago and will now look to rebuild his career elsewhere.
The striker said: “I wish I could have shown more to the supporters who have always been very supportive of me.
“Whatever happens next I wish them and the football club the best of luck.”
The striker’s United career got off to a promising start, as he scored one of the goals of the 2014/15 season on his home debut against Motherwell.
He added: “I am sad to be leaving as I feel that, despite the current position in the league, the players and the team are improving things.
“However, I know at this stage it is the right thing to do for the club and myself and I will now look to progress my career elsewhere.”
A United spokesperson added: “We wish Mario all the best for the future.
“We know how disappointed he is not to have featured more regularly but today’s announcement allows him to look to the future.”