Stoke City's Australia international goalkeeper Adam Federici has been released by the Championship club.
The 35-year-old former Wolves, Reading and Bournemouth player was at the end of a two-year deal he signed in July 2018 when then Potters boss Gary Rowett brought him in on a free transfer.
Eight players from Stoke's Under-23 squad have also been released.
But defender Stephen Ward and striker Mame Diouf have signed short-term deals to the end of the season.
With three games left, Stoke still remain under threat of relegation - only four points clear of the relegation places, but with a better goal difference than all their rivals Federici enjoyed three clean sheets in his 14 appearances in his two seasons at the Bet365 Stadium, playing under three different managers.