Solihull Moors have confirmed that Theo Streete has left the club by mutual consent.
The defender has brought his second spell at The Moors to an end following discussions which began in October.
The 29-year-old sustained a knee injury during pre-season that effectively ruled him of the 2016/17 season and now potentially requires surgery.
Everybody at the club placed on record their immense thanks for the manner in which Theo conducted himself both as a player and as a captain, notably as the leader of the Vanarama National League North winning squad, and wish him success in the future.
The Birmingham-born centre-half began his playing career at Derby County before going on to represent Doncaster Rovers and Rotherham United in the Football League. He initially joined Solihull in 2007 and departed four years later for spells at Alfreton Town and Nuneaton Town before returning to The Automated Technology Group Stadium in 2015.
More recently, he has played a supportive role from the sidelines, particularly during the transitional period in first-team management.
The club can also confirm that Jordan Gough formally requested to be released and has now left the club. The 26-year-old defender joined The Moors in 2013 from Gresley Rovers.
Manager Liam McDonald added: “I had a good discussion with Jordan and while I’m disappointed he’s leaving the club, I fully respect his desire to seek a fresh challenge elsewhere after three years at Solihull.
“I have enjoyed working with both Theo and Jordan during my first few months at the club and I wish them both all the very best for the future.”