Southend United have released experienced striker Freddy Eastwood after his second spell with the club.
Eastwood, 30, first joined Southend in 2004 from Grays Athletic and played a major role in helping the Shrimpers secure successive promotions.
He was sold to Wolves in 2007 for £1.5m and then moved to Coventry City in 2008 for £1.2m.
Eastwood returned to Roots Hall in 2012 and leaves having scored a total of 77 goals for the Essex club.
In a statement, the club described him as a "Southend legend".