Nottingham Forest fans flocked to Twitter to wish farewell to departing forward Daryl Murphy after the termination of his contract at the club.
Following the termination of his contract, the 36-year-old completed a move to League One strugglers Bolton Wanderers.
The striker had been at the City Ground since signing from Newcastle United in the summer of 2017.
Murphy made 60 appearances for the club, scoring 13 goals and assisting a further three (via Transfermarkt). However, the veteran has yet to make an appearance this season after falling out of favour under new boss Sabri Lamouchi.
Murphy was one of two Forest players to make the move to the Macron Stadium, with Liam Bridcutt joining on loan until January.
Fans wished the striker well after his move to Bolton, as they took to Twitter to tweet their responses.
Here is a selection of tweets from the City Ground faithful after Murphy’s contract was terminated:
Good luck Daryl, unfairly criticised by some and scored some important goals for us
— Gary (@RedDogGary) September 2, 2019
Can Nottingham Forest please terminate some of our fans? Daryl Murphy always gave his all for Forest always made time for the fans scored some very important goals and set up important ones too. Thank Daryl best wishes at Bolton pic.twitter.com/SdO6rSiBtk
— Noel Holohan (@NoelHolohan) September 2, 2019
All the best big man. Scored some important goals and always a professional
— Jonno Reilly (@Jonno_Reilly) September 2, 2019
Good pro, wish him well
— James Taylor (@jtweets92) September 2, 2019
Honest pro, plenty of valued contributions to Forest in his time. Hope he can enjoy his remaining years as a player.
— Nick glazzard (@nick_glazzard) September 2, 2019
Loved having him at Forest. Scored some mega important goals for us. Definitely under-appreciated. Hope he smashes it at Bolton. Cheers Murph
— Adam Cooper (@a_cooper17) September 2, 2019
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Always gave good service I thought. We made a mistake with the length of his contract but that isn’t his fault.
Wish him well. #nffc
— YouAreMyForest (@YouAreMyForest) September 2, 2019