Hibs have just announced their final bit of activity in the summer transfer window, with the release of Sean O'Hanlon.
The centre half joined the Hibees this time last year following his release from League One side MK Dons.
O'Hanlon signed a two-year-deal, but that contract has been ripped up by mutual consent after a dissapointing 12 months in Edinburgh.
The 29-year-old Liverpudlian leaves the Hibees immeadiately and will be free to sign for a club outside the transfer window as he is a free agent.
He made just 27 appearances at Easter Road and scored 2 goals.
O'Hanlon started his career as a youth player at Everton, before joining Swindon Town, and then MK Dons.
He has been capped at U20 level for England.
Hibernian-Mad would like to wish Sean all the very best for the future.