Paul McShane has sent a message to Hull City fans.
Paul McShane has thanked Hull City fans for their continual support after he was released by the club.
McShane was one of six players released by the side after their final day relegation from the Premier League, also including Yannick Sagbo, Joe Dudgeon, Liam Rosenior, Steve Harper, and Maynor Figueroa.
The centre-back was a starter on the last day against Manchester United, helping them keep a clean sheet, but the 0-0 draw was not enough to see them survive.
McShane sent a message to fans via Twitter, describing his six years at the club as a 'rollercoaster'.
It's been an emotional rollercoaster right to the end. I'll never forget the way you fans have treated me and I'll be forever grateful.— Paul McShane (@pmacca15) May 28, 2015
The former Manchester United trainee is now 29, and made more than 130 appearances for the club.
He made 20 Premier League appearances last season, and the question now is whether he will be able to land a move to a Premier League side, or have to settle for a switch to a Championship club, which would see him line up against Hull next season.