The Robins goalkeeper has been released after the club failed to secure promotion to the Championship.
Swindon Town goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has sent a message to Swindon fans after his release by the Wiltshire club today.
Foderingham has made over 150 appearances since signing for the Robins in 2011, initially on loan, and has long been thought of as one of the best goalkeepers outside of the top flight.
The keeper posted the following on his Twitter account:
Swindon managed to keep hold of the 24-year-old at the end of last season, despite missing out on the playoffs, and though this year they managed to get to the playoff final at Wembley, their heavy defeat to Preston has consigned them to another season in League One.
The former England Under-19 man has being linked to several Championship clubs now that he is available for free, with Reading, Birmingham City, and Nottingham Forest all having an interest in the stopper, according to the Birmingham Mail.
The Royals have lost Adam Federici to Bournemouth this summer, and are looking for another quality goalkeeper to come in in his place, while Birmingham have also been raided by a Premier League side for their number one, with West Ham snapping up Darren Randolph.
Foderingham came through Fulham's youth academy, before moving to Crystal Palace without ever making an appearance for the Cottagers.