Former England midfielder Trevor Sinclair will leave Manchester City at the end of the season.
Sinclair wants to move to another Premiership club
The 34-year-old joined the club from West Ham in 2003 but injuries have restricted him to 98 games.
"I have enjoyed my time enormously and have fulfilled my dream of playing for the club I have always supported," Sinclair told the City website.
But he has no plans to retire, adding: "I feel I can play in the Premiership for at least another couple of years."
Sinclair, who played at the 2002 World Cup, won 12 caps for England, the last of which came in May 2003.
His £2.5m move to City later that summer coincided with an unfortunate run of luck with injuries.
His latest comeback from a knee problem has featured substitute appearances against Aston Villa and Manchester United but City boss Stuart Pearce has opted against renewing the winger's contract.