JOSH Wright has urged Millwall fans to "stick with a top manager in Ian Holloway" after the midfielder's exit from the club was officially confirmed.
NewsAtDen reported last week that Wright's contract with the Lions was being cancelled, with the 24-year-old set to join Leyton Orient on a free transfer.
He made 53 appearances for Millwall.
And after news of his departure was released, Wright posted a farewell message on his Twitter account.
He wrote: "Just a quick message to say thank you to Millwall FC and everyone associated with the club. I have had three fantastic years at a proper football club that I will never forget.
"I can't thank the fans, board, players and staff enough for the time I have spent there. It's something I'm truly proud to say that I played for Millwall and something I will never forget.
"It has brought me some of my favourite memories in football including that goal [against Burnley] that I will never forget.
"In all honesty I wish it could have worked out slightly better for me but that's life and football and things happen that you have to get on with.
"All I want to say is best of luck to everyone associated with the club and I wish you all every success in the future.
"The best thing the club and fans can do is stick with a top manager in Ian Holloway because he will take you forward.
"Thanks again and I looke forward to coming up against you all in the near future."