Defender Paul Dixon has left the club by mutual consent.
The former Dundee and Huddersfield player joined the Mariners on a two-year deal during the summer of 2017.
Speaking after signing off with the club, Dixon said: “I’ve come to an agreement with the club, it’s time to move on.
“I would just like to thank everybody at the club.
“It’s a shame that it’s finished in this way, coming to a mutual agreement, but that’s football – it’s time to go.”
Being so far away from his family who are back in his native Scotland was a big factor in his decision.
Paul said: “I’ve spent almost a year here without my family. The two young boys, at the ages that they are, it is very important that I get back to them.
“Whenever it was possible I would get back to see them. The manager was very understanding, I have to thank him for his honesty and his generosity at times, letting me go home.”
What now for the 31 year old?
He added: “There’s a couple of things with notes of interest. It’s something that I will work on when I get back home.
“I would like to wish my team-mates and the club all the best for the rest of the season.”
We would like to wish Paul all the best for the future.