Brighton & Hove Albion have confirmed defender Adam Virgo will not be offered a new contract at the end of the season.
Virgo is currently in his second spell at the Withdean Stadium after returning to the club in 2008 following three years away from the Seagulls.
He has started 20 games in League One this season, and been sent off twice, but will now be heading for the exit door once again.
Meanwhile, Brighton boss Gus Poyet has revealed he does not want to be sending any of his first-team players out on loan next season.
"I know the rules in this league give you the chance to go on loan, but I want a proper squad," Poyet told the club's official website.
"I want two players per position at least, and the best player is going to play - no matter the name, age or where they have come from.
"They all have to be convinced that they are a key part of the squad because I don't want them asking the manager to go out on loan by the middle of September.
"Players are going to be under contract with us, and not other teams in League One or Two, so there will be no wanting to go out on loan."