Defender James Hurst has left Crawley Town after his contract was terminated by mutual consent, the club have today confirmed.
The right-back was signed by former Reds boss Richie Barker in July 2013 but he has always struggled to establish himself in the first team, and under John Gregory the 22-year-old has found opportunities limited with Mark Connolly preferred.
He made 21 appearances for the club, including 14 starts but had not figured in the first-team squad since the 2-0 defeat to MK Dons on Boxing Day.
Chief Executive Michael Dunford said: “James is now looking to further his career elsewhere and is talking to a club in Norway.
“We wish him all the best and thank him for his services to Crawley Town.”