David Goodwillie is on the hunt for a new club after Ross County decided against offering the forward a permanent contract.
Goodwillie joined the Staggies on loan from Aberdeen in February but made just nine appearances, with his only goal coming in the 1-1 draw against Hearts at Tyne-castle this month.
The Dons recently confirmed there would be no new contract for Goodwillie, making the 27-year-old a free agent this summer. County manager Jim McIntyre has opted not to offer him a deal.
The attacker must now look to resurrect his career at a new club, having struggled to make an impact at both Pittodrie and Victoria Park.
Goodwillie burst on to the scene as a teenager with Dundee United, becoming the club’s youngest goalscorer aged 16 years and 11 months with a strike against Hibernian in 2005.
The Stirling-born forward went on to enjoy silverware success with United, helping them win the Scottish Cup by scoring in their 3-0 final defeat of County in 2010.
After netting 40 goals in 136 appearances, Goodwillie earned a move to then English Premier League side Blackburn Rovers for an fee of £2million in August 2011.
Goodwillie earned international recognition and scored his first goal for his country with a penalty during a 3-1 defeat by then world champions Spain two months later, in one of three caps.
He soon drifted out of the picture at Ewood Park, however, with loan spells at Crystal Palace, Blackpool, as well as an unsuccessful temporary second stint with former club United.
He joined the Dons in July 2014 after his release by Rovers but netted just eight goals in 63 appearances prior to making the loan switch to Dingwall this year.