Nottingham Forest have confirmed Kris Commons will not be at the club next season.
Commons has decided to leave the City Ground after seeing out his contract at the Championship-bound side.
Skysports.com understands Commons could be on the move to Forest' arch-rivals Derby with Paul Jewell keen to bring him to Pride Park for next season.
Forest boss Colin Calderwood admitted Commons had informed him that he planned to move on this summer.
"We offered Kris a new contract last summer but he decided instead to sign a one-year extension to his exisiting agreement," Calderwood told the club's official website.
"We had hoped to sit down with him and his agent again at the end of the season to talk about his future at the City Ground.
"But he told me shortly after we had secured promotion that he had already decided to leave."
Meanwhile, Alan Power and Felix Bastians have been released, Sammy Clingan, Dale Roberts, Paddy Gamble, Shane Redmond, Hamza Bencherif and Joe Heath have been offered new deals and Mark Byrne and Tom Sharpe have signed new one-year deals.