JACK Dyer and Gary Alexander look set to leave Burton Albion this summer after bidding farewell on Twitter today.
Midfielder Dyer, who will be remembered this season for a tremendous goal against Premier League side Fulham in the League Cup, joined the Brewers four years ago.
That Fulham appearance was one of only two starts for the 22-year-old this campaign, the other being against Notts County in the Johnstone Paint Trophy.
He said: "Time for a fresh start.
"Had some top memories and met some great friends at Burton.
"Big shout to all the boys and all the best."
In total, Dyer made 62 appearances, 40 of them starts, scoring two goals.
Striker Alexander, 34, joined Albion on a free transfer at the end of January following the departure of Rene Howe.
Though he often impressed with his physicality and vocal enthusiasm, he failed to find the net in 11 appearances, seven of them starts.