Alan McCormack has will look back on his time at Brentford with the 'greatest memories'.
The Bees confirmed that the popular Irishman will leave Griffin Park at the end of the season, ending the 33-year-old's four years with Brentford.
The west Londoners have made huge strides during McCormack's time at Griffin Park, winning promotion from League One and establishing themselves in the Championship.
And the Irishman believes that the Bees are going in the right direction as he paid tribute to all of those involved at the club.
McCormack wrote on Twitter: “So the time has come to move on and a time I knew would always happen. I would first like to thank the players, management, medical, fitness and everyone associated with the club for all their support, hard work and friendships over the last four years.
“It's been an amazing four years and one I will always look back on with the greatest memories. To the fans, who have always been brilliant to both me and the team, thank you very much.
“The club is going in the right direction and your continued support will always have a huge impact. But for now, my time is up.
“Once again, thank you to each and every one of yous for everything.
“See you Sunday
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