RAVEL MORRISON has been released by Derby after failing to agree terms for a new deal.
The midfielder, 29, joined the Rams on a free transfer last summer following a year-long spell with Dutch side ADO Den Haag.
He scored five goals in 38 appearances during his time at Pride Park Stadium, but he is now set to move on once again.
Morrison took to Instagram to say thank you to the club with a touching statement.
It read: "Thank you Derby County, all the players, staff and fans for making me feel at home.
"Was a season full of ups and downs, but was a real honour to be part of such a wonderful club.
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"I wish everyone at the club success moving forward."
The midfielder has signed for 12 different clubs throughout his career including West Ham and Man Utd.
But Derby was where he enjoyed the most game time.
The Rams are currently going through a period of major change.
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Lifelong fan David Clowes finally completed his takeover last week to rescue the club from administration.
However, Derby are currently without a permanent manager following Wayne Rooney's resignation.
Liam Rosenior was appointed interim boss at the end of last month, so he will be in charge ofpre-season preparations.
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