Goalkeeper Adam Legzdins has left Leyton Orient after his contract with the east London side was terminated by mutual consent.
The 28-year-old joined Orient from Derby last summer on a two-year deal.
However, injury restricted Legzdins to just 13 appearances for the O's and he did not feature in 2015 as the club were relegated from League One.
His exit from the Matchroom Stadium comes just four days after Ian Hendon was appointed as Orient manager.
"Wish Leyton Orient and the incredible fans every success and happiness for the future!" Legzdins posted on Twitter.
"This decision was made long before the appointment of the new manager and I wish him and the players every success for 15-16 season!"