Jennison Myrie-Williams has left Scunthorpe United - with Ronnie Moore keen to add a winger to his Hartlepool United squad.
The 27-year-old, who was a loan target for Ronnie Moore last season, has had his contract with the League One side cancelled by mutual consent.
And with Moore keen to add two wingers, a striker and a new goalkeeper to his Pools squad, Myrie-Williams now being a free agent will interest Moore who missed out on him to Tranmere Rovers last season.
The former Port Vale player had 12 months left to run on the two-year deal he signed last summer after swapping Vale Park for Glanford Park.
The Scunthorpe Telegraph say the departure of Myrie-Williams comes as no real surprise given he struggled to make much of an impression in Iron colours and ended last season out on loan.
Having been brought to the club by former manager Russ Wilcox to provide ‘pace and power’, he played 15 times in League One last season, the last start of which came in November, when he was red-carded in a 2-2 draw against his previous club.
Myrie-Williams spent the second half of the campaign on loan with League Two strugglers Tranmere, where he linked up with his former Vale boss Micky Adams.
He scored three goals in 18 matches for Rovers, who were relegated from the Football League.
Pools have already made five summer signings, with Moore keen to add a further four new faces before the squad return for pre-season training on Monday, June 29.