Crawley defender David Hunt has had his contract terminated by mutual consent, leaving the full-back is free to find a new club.
The full-back is leaving the Broadfield Stadium despite having a year left on his deal following 91 appearances and two promotions.
Manager Richie Barker told the club website: "We are parting with Hunty on good terms.
"He has always been the consummate professional and we thank him for his tremendous service to the football club and wish him well for the remainder of his career."
Hunt, who moved to the Sussex club in January 2011, added: "I'm not leaving on bad terms and I would only ever have good things to say about the club.
"There have been so many highlights and it is difficult to pick one when you have been involved in back-to-back promotions and played at Old Trafford in the FA Cup.
"To be part of as club that has risen from non-league to be an established League One team has been one of the most rewarding periods of my career and I am proud to have played my part.
"Along with Brentford, I have had some of the best years of my career at Crawley and I will always have a soft spot for them and look out for their results.
"I have made some great friends at the club and the fans have been brilliant to me. I will miss them and I just want to wish the club all the best for the future."