Midfielder Daniel Vasilevski has left Perth Glory after his contract with the club was terminated by mutual consent.
The former Australia under-20 international signed for Glory ahead of the inaugural Hyundai A-League season but has not made an appearance in the competition to date because on ongoing injury problems.
Vasilevski is an AIS graduate and previously played for Carlton and Melbourne Knights in the old NSL but the injuries have not helped his chances of first team football.
"It is disappointing for Daniel and we certainly have nothing against him but it has been unfortunate that he has had injuries that have restricted him to virtually being a passenger," Glory coach Alan Vest said.
"We wish him all the best for the future."
Vest said that allowing Vasilevski to leave now would give the 24-year-old a better opportunity to find another club.
"He has been a decent player in the past, having progressed through the Institute of Sport in Canberra but things have not worked out here," he said.
"Daniel has got an opportunity now to get sorted out with perhaps a Victorian State League team and get himself back to fitness and show another A-League team that he is worthy of a contract for next season."