Players cannot stay at clubs forever and four have been told they can leave Inverness at the end of the season Inverness are doing the unenviable task of releasing players. Grant Munro, Russell Duncan, Stuart Golabek and Roy McBain will not be pulling on the red and blue of Inverness next season as they are not being offered new deals when their current deals finish at the end of the season. Defender Munro has spent more than a decade with the Highland club and leave after making over 300 appearances. Midfielder Duncan will leave after 10 seasons as a first-team regular at the Caledonian Stadium, while Golabek has been a peripheral figure in his second season at the club. McBain left the Highlanders for Brechin City in March, with his permanent departure being confirmed today . Chairman George Fraser singled out former captain Munro for special praise. He said: "Grant has been an exceptionally loyal servant to the club and demonstrates to all in our existing youth set up that with the correct application, skill and determination you can progress to become captain of the club. Unfortunately due to the current financial environment generally, but football in particular, contracts are all now short-term one- to two-year deals and it is highly unlikely we will see a player with the service profile of Grant at the club again. On behalf of everyone at the club we wish Grant well for the future whilst extending our thanks to all the players who have served the club over the seasons through the lows and highs of relegation and promotion."