Date: 5th January 2015 at 9:33pm
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Midfielder Josh Wright has today left Millwall for the final time after agreement was struck to mutually terminate the remainder of his contract with us.

Josh came to us back in 2011 and has gone on to make 53 senior appearances for us since then, scoring once – our Goal of the Season back in 2011/12.

He has struggled to hold down a starting place though this season, and has been out on loan twice, once with Leyton Orient and then latterly with Crawley Town.

The 25 year old is now free to move to another club as a free agent, and he tweeted.

‘I have had three fantastic years at a proper football club that I will never forget. I can’t thank the fans, the board, players and staff enough for the time I have spent there. It’s something I’m truly proud to say that I played for Millwall and something I will never forget.’

The full tweet adds that he’s made some fantastic memories during his time with us, but he admits that it could’ve gone better for him but that’s life and football and you have to accept the bad as you welcome the good.

‘Best of luck to everyone associated with the club and I wish you all every success.’

He also says that he hopes the fans will stick with manager Ian Holloway during this tough spell as he’s convinced the ‘top manager’ will be the man to take us forward in the future.

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