WARRINGTON Town have confirmed the departure of three players, including the retirement of midfielder Steve Jennings.
Jennings, 35, played for Tranmere, Coventry and Motherwell, and had made 10 appearances for the Yellows this season.
He has announced the decision to hang up his boots.
Manager Paul Carden said: “It is desperately sad because of the career he’s had. He felt he wasn’t doing himself or the team justice and he didn’t want to be a hindrance to us.
“He’s took the decision to quit, which happens to everybody but you want to call time when you’re ready and not when your body fails.
“Unfortunately, he’s had ongoing issues and he’s come to the conclusion that he’s not doing himself or us any favours.
“He’s had a fantastic career, is a great lad and he’ll always be welcome here. He can look back and be very proud of the career he’s had.
“The door will always be open for him here. He’s doing his coaching badges now so he’s on the road to that. He’s a part of us – there’s no reason why he can’t come back and help in another capacity.”
The Yellows have also announced the departures of left-back Louis Barnes and striker Sheldon Jordan.
They are five games without a win following the New Year’s Day draw at Bamber Bridge.