The midfielder's Rangers exit was confirmed this week.
Rangers' Nicky Law in action
Released Rangers midfielder Nicky Law has posted a message of thanks to the club's supporters on Twitter.
The 28-year-old's exit was confirmed by the Light Blues on Tuesday, after three years of service.
Law arrived at Ibrox ahead of the club's League One campaign and helped them to the title in his first season, scoring nine goals and creating another 12 as Ally McCoist's men remained unbeaten in the league.
Another impressive campaign followed for the Englishman, who ended 2014-15 as the Gers' top scorer (13) in all competitions, although they failed to gain promotion back to the top flight.
However, Mark Warburton's arrival saw Law's role in the team significantly reduced, and he made just 18 league appearances - contributing a goal and two assists - en route to the Championship title.
Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates winning the Scottish Championship with the trophy
"Thanks for all the messages," Law posted on Wednesday morning. "It was a true honour to play for your football club and play a small part in helping us back to where we belong."
Thanks for all the messages, It was a true honour to play for your football club and play a small part in helping us back to where we belong— Nicky Law (@LawNicky7) May 25, 2016
Earlier this month, the Scottish Sun reported that Law was being lined up for a return to first club Sheffield United.
Rangers, who have added fellow midfielders Josh Windass, Matt Crooks, Jordan Rossiter and Joey Barton to their ranks this summer, have also confirmed the departures of David Templeton and Nicky Clark.
Rangers' Nicky Law (R) celebrates scoring their first goal