Nottinghamshire have revealed that batsmen Bilal Shafayat and Matt Wood will both be released at the end of the season.
Shafayat has spent the last three seasons at Trent Bridge after returning to his home county from a spell at Northamptonshire.
He has a combined eight seasons of experience with Nottinghamshire but struggled to find form during the 2010 campaign and will not be kept on for next year.
"The decision not to offer new terms to Bilal was a very difficult one because he has a long association with the club and his attitude and approach has always been exemplary," director of cricket Mick Newell told the club's official website.
"Unfortunately he hasn't produced the consistency that we require which is why we have decided to let him go.
"Other players have overtaken him in the pecking order and we want to give those players an opportunity to show that they can hold down a place in the team."
Wood joined from Somerset two years ago but has not been able to hold down a regular place in the side, with his fleeting appearances being marked by inconsistency.
Newell added: "Matt joined us with a brief to score runs at the top of the order but he hasn't been able to do that with any consistency in four-day cricket.
"I expect that there will be interest in Bilal and Matt from other counties and I hope that they both achieve success at their next club."