Perth Glory have agreed to release Ivory Coast striker Eugene Dadi early from his deal with the A-League club.
Dadi, who scored 10 goals for the Glory last season, has been limited to just six appearances this year with Socceroo Mile Sterjovski and Branko Jelic keeping him out of the first team along with veteran Jamie Harnwell and youngsters Anrdija Jukic, Ludovic Boi and Tommy Amphlett.
Glory deputy chairman Lui Giuliani said the club had agreed to release the 36-year-old to enable him to find another club.
"He felt his best interests were going to be served elsewhere and consequently we agreed to his request to mutually terminate the remainder of his contract," Giuliani said in a statement.
"We are grateful for the contribution Eugene has made to Perth Glory in his time at the club and wish him the best as he seeks new horizons."