Shrewsbury Town veteran Andy Robinson has announced his retirement because of a long-standing knee injury.
The 35-year-old former Tranmere Rovers, Swansea City and Leeds United midfielder was signed last summer by Town boss Micky Mellon.
He arrived on a one-year contract after being released by Tranmere, also Mellon's former club, with whom Robinson had three separate spells.
But he made just three early-season substitute appearances for the Town.
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Shrewsbury have suffered bad luck with knee injuries this season.
Fellow midfielder James Wesolowski and defender Nat Knight-Percival have both been ruled out for the rest of the season, while striker Andy Mangan has only just returned from two months out after surgery.