Veteran striker Kenny Miller has left Partick Thistle by mutual consent.
The 40-year-old, who has scored ten goals in 32 appearances for the Championship side this season, is now free to join a new club.
A statement from Partick Thistle said: “Partick Thistle can today announce that Kenny Miller has left the club by mutual agreement and with immediate effect.
“Kenny leaves with the sincere thanks of everyone at Partick Thistle Football Club and with our best wishes for his future in the game.”
Miller, capped 69 times for Scotland, told the club’s website: “I’ve really enjoyed my time at Firhill and would like to thank both Gary and Ian, all the coaching staff, backroom team, my team-mates and, of course, the fans for their support.
“I wish the club the best of luck for the rest of the season and beyond – hopefully Thistle are back in the top-flight soon.”
Thistle manager Ian McCall added: “Kenny’s footballing CV speaks for itself and while at Firhill he has displayed the same commitment and drive and set the same standards for himself as he has throughout his career.
“He’s scored some important goals for us this season, most notably at Inverness and Dundee, which could prove crucial at the end of the season. We part on good terms and thank Kenny as well as wishing him only the best for the future.”
Partick signed striker Zak Rudden from Rangers last week on a two-and-a-half year deal. The Glasgow side have also secured loan deals for Ibrox youngster Jamie Barjonas, Celtic defender Lee O’Connell and Hamilton’s Darian MacKinnon.
Reece Cole’s loan from Brentford was also extended until the end of the season.