German goalkeeper Arvid Schenk has left Dundee only weeks after conceding six goals on his debut.
The 25-year-old's only appearance came in a 6-2 New Year's Day derby thrashing by Dundee United.
Dundee's website stated: "Goalkeeper Arvid Schenk has this morning left the club at the end of his contract."
Schenk had signed a short-term deal in October as Dundee sought cover for Kyle Letheren, but the Welshman has now recovered from a thigh injury.
The German finally made his debut while second-choice Scott Bain was out through injury and Letheren picked up a strain in the warm-up.
Dundee had never previously conceded six goals in a city derby match.
Schenk began his career with Hansa Rostock and had subsequently played for the second teams at St Pauli and Wolfsburg before joining Dundee.