The Wolves contract of Jamie O'Hara was cancelled by mutual consent at the end of last month, putting an end to a miserable time for the midfielder.
O'Hara originally signed when Wolves were in the Premier League, subsequently featuring in two successive relegation campaigns.
Last year when the side were promoted to the Championship, he made just two appearances in League One, and spent more time with the under-21 side.
At 27, the decision was clearly best for all parties for him to move on, and now a free agent, O'Hara has been speaking about his disappointing spell in the Midlands.
He told SkySports: "I came to the club with big dreams and a huge desire to do well and for varying reasons, some of which fall firmly and squarely on my shoulders, it didn't work out as I had planned.
"Being frozen out of the squad put a lot of strain on me so even with two years left on my contract, I decided to walk away in order to start afresh and rebuild my career.
I would also like to say thank you to some of the staff at Wolves who supported me through what has been the toughest time in my career.
"Wolves is a massive club and will always remain a club I admire. I sincerely wish them every success in their pursuit of Premier League football once again."
The former Tottenham Hotspur and Portsmouth midfielder is now searching for a new club and hopes switching agents will help him re-focus and get back to his best.
A club will no doubt take a gamble on the midfielder, but he will know he cannot afford a repeat of his struggles at Molineux, or the 'dreams' he had in his career could be effectively over before he turns 30.