STRIKER Shaun Batt is poised to leave Millwall this summer after talks over a contract extension were shelved.
The 26-year-old, who had held preliminary discussions about a 12-month deal prior to Kenny Jackett's resignation, is now expected to be released at the end of the month.
Batt's departure will free up further space in the club's wage budget as new boss Steve Lomas seeks to overhaul his striking department.
Notts County, Preston North End and Leyton Orient, for whom Batt scored three goals in 13 loan appearances last season, are all interested in signing him.
Batt later tweeted: "End of an era for me at Millwall, 3 eventful years, lots of ups & downs, promotion at Wembley from league 1, horrific career threatening injury, FA Cup semi-final again at Wembley, winning goal against Watford, Championship survival on the last day. Would do it all over again!
"Wish the team & new manager best of luck for the new season, thanks to the fans for all your support over the years. Fresh start for me now."