Robert Snodgrass has taken the opportunity to thank Leeds United for all they have done for his career, with the midfielder having completed a move to Norwich City.
The Scotland international has brought to an end a four-year stint at Elland Road by agreeing a switch to Carrow Road.
It has been during his time at Leeds that the 24-year-old has seen his reputation rocket.
He was snapped up as a relative unknown from Livingston and turned into a playmaking talent coveted by a number of top-flight sides.
Snodgrass insists he will never forget his time with the Whites and claims he stayed on for extra year in 2011/12 in an effort to help Leeds back into the big time.
He told the club's official website: "I'd like to take this opportunity to thank every single person connected with Leeds United for your support over the past four years.
"I felt the frustration of the Leeds United fans last season and that is why I stayed on a further year to try and help the club back to where they belong.
"I would also like to take this opportunity to wish Neil Warnock and his backroom staff all the best for the new season and the near future."