Hibernian have continued their summer clearout by releasing goalkeeper Graham Stack.
The club announced on their website that the former Arsenal player would not be offered a new contract.
Stack made 61 appearances at Easter Road but injury affected all of his three seasons.
The 30-year-old was first choice for most of Pat Fenlon's time in charge before his season was ended by a torn thigh muscle sustained in the William Hill Scottish cup semi-final win over Aberdeen last month.
Stack's exit was confirmed 24 hours after Hibs released club captain Ian Murray and young players Scott Taggart and Sean Welsh.
Loan players George Francomb, Matt Doherty, Roy O'Donovan, Tom Soares, Richie Towell, Leigh Griffiths and James McPake also left the club after the 5-1 cup final thrashing by Hearts.
Goalkeeper Mark Brown and striker Garry O'Connor are also out of contract.