Manager Lee Clark has told Michael Flynn he is free to leave Huddersfield.
The 28-year-old midfielder is yet to appear in any of Town's pre-season friendlies and does not feature in Clark's plans for the forthcoming League One campaign.
Flynn, who signed from Blackpool last summer, made 18 league starts for the Terriers last season and spent a month on loan at Darlington.
The former Gillingham man has already been attracting interest from elsewhere so Clark is confident he will soon find a new club.
"I have spoken to Michael and told him he is free to move on because he's not part of my longer-term plans," he told the Examiner.
"He has turned down three or four opportunities to go to other clubs already and the next move is up to him.
"If he finds the right club, Flynny knows we wouldn't stand in his way and I know he wants to play regular football.
"From my point of view, I have to make decisions about trimming the squad and this is part of that."
Clark has already brought in Lee Peltier, Peter Clarke, Antony Kay, Robbie Simpson and Theo Robinson this summer, with only Ian Craney and Phil Jevons going out - both loaned to League Two Morecambe.