Sheffield United striker Henri Camara has played his last game for the club after limping out of the defeat to Scunthorpe.
The 32-year-old only joined the Blades on a short-term deal until the end of the season back in October to help ease their injury problems.
He has scored four goals in 23 appearances but suffered a recurrence of a groin problem in Sunday's 1-0 loss.
And manager Kevin Blackwell has admitted that he will not recover in time to play any further part in the club's fight for promotion.
"Although Henri Camara came on from the bench he has now played his last football for the club," said Blackwell.
"We needed to throw him in. He showed a spark in his 25 minutes but the same groin went again and it will be the end of the season before it heals."