Wrexham AFC can confirm defender Shaun Brisley has left the Club by mutual consent after a year at the Racecourse Ground.
Centre-back Brisley signed last summer – becoming the first man through the door under manager Phil Parkinson – but suffered an injury in pre-season against Spennymoor Town.
It meant he had to wait for his Wrexham debut – the FA Cup fourth qualifying round win against Marine at Nantwich – before he scored on his first league start, in the 3-0 victory away to Barnet.
Brisley went on to make three further appearances – all away from home – at Maidenhead United, Harrogate Town and FC Halifax Town.
After finding his playing time limited, however, the Club and Brisley have agreed to end his contract a year early.
Wrexham AFC manager, Phil Parkinson, said: “It was a frustrating season for 'Bris' last year – he couldn’t get much game time but always showed professionalism. A player of his age and experience needs to be playing somewhere this year, and we wish him all the best.”
All at Wrexham AFC would like to thank Shaun for his professional attitude and commitment while with the Club, and wish him all the best for the future.