Ross Killock has taken to social networking site Twitter to give his reaction after being released by Leeds United.
Killock is among a number of players who will be released by Leeds when their respective contracts run out at the end of next month.
The defender is a promising young player, but it seems that the West Yorkshire outfit do not have any long-term plans for him.
The youngster have had injury problems this past season and did not always feature for the Leeds’ Under-21 side.
Killock has taken to Twitter to wish everyone at Leeds the best of luck and is now looking to a fresh start.
Good luck to all the lads at @LUFC time for a fresh start— Ross Killock (@Rosskillock_94) May 20, 2016
Among the players released by Leeds are first-team duo Mirco Antenucci and Scott Wootton.
The Whites had yet another disappointing campaign in the Championship and failed to finish in the top 10 this season.
Steve Evans is in charge of Leeds at the moment, but it remains to be seen if he will be the first-team manager next season.