St Mirren striker Brian McGinty has left the Paisley club after his contract was cancelled.
Brian McGinty failed to make an impact at St Mirren this season
The 30-year-old follows Iain Anderson and Stephen Anderson out of Love Street after they left last week.
Saints boss Gus MacPherson told the club's website: "Brian McGinty terminated his contract with the club by mutual consent this morning.
"Brian has been extremely unfortunate over the last couple of years as he has been plagued by injuries."
MacPherson added: "It's unfortunate that these instances curtail a player's time on the park, it's just not worked out for him.
"He has been here five years and did extremely well. I always felt when he played up front alongside Mixu Paatelainen he was a great foil for Mixu in terms of making his runs in behind and creating a bit of space for himself."
McGinty made 137 appearances for the Buddies after joining the club in 2001, scoring 19 goals.
The former Rangers and Hull forward has not played for the Paisley side this season and a loan spell at Dundee was cut short in December by injury.