Carl Tremarco has bid an emotional farewell to Caley Thistle after his seven years at the club were brought to an end.
The former club captain was not offered a new deal by the Caley Jags at the end of the current season and was announced among a raft of departures last month.
Tremarco had joined from Macclesfield Town in 2013 under Terry Butcher and became a regular in the side after the departure of Graeme Shinnie.
He was a Scottish Cup winner in 2015 and stayed with the club after relegation, scoring the winner in the 2018 Challenge Cup final against Dumbarton.
After the departure of Gary Warren in 2018, Tremarco has named club captain and led the club to the Championship play-offs and a Scottish Cup semi-final in 2018-19. They had been scheduled to compete in another Challenge Cup final against Raith Rovers this year prior to the ending of the Scottish football season.
Tremarco said: “So my time with Inverness has come to an end. Maybe a year or two quicker than I thought and not the way I wanted to end but that’s life.
— Carl Tremarco (@tommytremarco3) July 1, 2020
“It’s been an up and down seven years with fond memories I can take with me forever, like winning the Scottish Cup obviously and also the Challenge Cup while scoring the winner.
“Captaining the club for the last couple of years was something I was really proud of and only wish I could have led the team to a promotion.
“I hope one day to see the club back at the top level with the right people driving it forward.
“(I) am excited to see what the future holds and what the next chapter is going to bring for me we’ll see.”
The fans’ favourite made 204 appearances for the club, scoring 16 goals. He had also been coaching the club’s under-16 side.