Former England international Andy Sinton has been released by Burton.
Sinton has had a knee injury
The ex-Queens Park Rangers, Tottenham, Sheffield Wednesday and Wolves winger joined the Brewers in August 2002 and played 39 times for the club.
But he has struggled with a knee injury this season, prompting Burton boss Nigel Clough to let him go.
"He gave us a lot of experience over two years and he would like to have played a lot more than he has," Clough told the Derby Evening Telegraph.
Sinton, 37, played for England under Graham Taylor and cost Wednesday £2.7m when they signed him from QPR in 1993.
"It is not too often that you get to see someone of Andy Sinton's quality at this level," Clough added.