Huddersfield striker Danny Cadamarteri will leave the Galpharm Stadium at the end of the season after turning down a new deal.
The 29-year-old, who scored five goals in 49 appearances for Town since signing from Leicester in January 2007, has rejected a one-year contract with the option of a second year dependant on the number of first-team squad appearances.
Town manager Lee Clark said: "We think the contract offer we made to Danny was a fair one, but he has exercised the option of talking to other clubs given his current deal is coming to an end."
He added: "In order for him to get the second year of his contract he would have needed to be involved in the first team for a certain number of games, but he was looking for the certainty of a longer deal.
"We wanted him to stay at Huddersfield Town and we made it clear to him and his agent that we wanted him to be a part of what we are doing here, but he has decided to go elsewhere in his football career.
"I wish him every success. He's a good lad and has done very well for us. We're disappointed because we wanted to keep him, but we have to move on and I'll look to bring somebody else in."
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