Aaron McCarey has taken to social networking site Twitter to bid a fond farewell to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The 24-year-old goalkeeper’s current deal with Wolves runs out at the end of June, and the club have announced on their official website that they will not renew his contract.
The former Republic of Ireland Under-21 international has taken to Twitter to post a heartfelt message to everyone at Wolves.
All the best. Time to go play some football. pic.twitter.com/CM1fEiJrY1— Aaron McCarey (@mccareyA1) May 9, 2016
One of the good guys in football. Best of luck my friend https://t.co/MpsrlWI2o0— Jed Wallace (@jedwallace62) May 9, 2016
Top keeper and even better bloke! Good luck bro https://t.co/0xXeQVRCLQ— Jordan Graham (@JordanG_14) May 9, 2016
McCarey is among a number of players who will be released by Wolves when their respective contracts with the Championship club run out in the summer.
Zeli Ismail, Liam McAlinden, Bjorn Sigurdarson, Razak Boukari and Tommy Rowe have also been released by Kenny Jackett's side.
Goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez will return to Arsenal following his loan spell at Molineux, while Wolves will not take up the option to sign Cardiff City-owned striker Adam Le Fondre on a permanent contract.