Motherwell captain Stephen Craigan has announced he will retire after Sunday's last game of the season against Dundee United.
The 35-year-old Northern Ireland international has turned down a contract offer to remain at Fir Park and will instead work with the media after Sunday's Scottish Premier League clash.
Craigan told the club's official website: "When I joined the club in 1994 I had no idea that I would spend the majority of my adult life and footballing career at Fir Park.
"My aim was to play football professionally and today I can say I achieved my goal and it's been a wonderfully satisfying journey.
"I take a lot of pride that I've represented the club 378 times and in wearing the claret and amber colours.
"It was a privilege to follow in the footsteps of some great players who've played not just at Fir Park over the years but at centre-half.
"I want to thank all the players that I've played with throughout my career, past and present.
"At times I'm sure I was hard work but it was all for a good cause, winning.
"I've learned a great deal from all the managers I've worked under and I hope I set a good example for them with my work ethic."
Craigan is in his second spell with the Steelmen after a switch to Partick Thistle earlier in his career.
He has made 378 appearances in an 18-year career - 27 of them this season as Well finished third in the SPL - and featured 54 times for Northern Ireland.