Winger Shaun Tuton has left Spennymoor Town by mutual consent after one season at The Brewery Field.
Tuton, 27, signed for the club in August 2018 from Chester, who he starred for in the first game of the 2018/19 season against Moors.
After a scintillating start to his career with Spennymoor, the wide man went on to record two goals and two assists in 28 appearances for the club.
Tuton was loaned to play-off winners Chorley for the last month of the campaign, but did not feature against Moors in the promotion final.
After his departure, Moors manager Jason Ainsley said: “Shaun began life very well when he first joined the club, and he became an integral part of the squad.
“Unfortunately, the form of other players in his position meant his game time was limited, thus resulting in a loan move to Chorley.
“Shaun felt it was in his best interests to go abroad and play, and we have agreed a settlement which will enable him to pursue that goal.
“We wish Shaun every success in the future.”