Striker Steven Craig will be leaving Adams Park this summer after a two-year spell.The club’s vice-captain held talks with manager Gareth Ainsworth after reaching the end of his existing contract, and a decision was made by mutual consent not to extend the Scotsman’s deal into a third year.
Craig, 34, signed for Wycombe in 2013 having previously spent his entire career in his native Scotland with the likes of Motherwell, Livingston and Ross County, and played 33 times in his debut season, contributing vital goals against Southend, Dagenham and Torquay as the club survived relegation on the final day.
He then made 36 appearances in the 2014/15 campaign, grabbing headlines particularly towards the end of the season with his 100th career goal in the play-off semi-final victory at Plymouth Argyle, before featuring as a substitute in the final at Wembley.
Ainsworth said: “Stevie has been an outstanding professional during his time with us and I’d like to thank him for his efforts on and off the pitch. He’s given 100% for the team every time he’s pulled on the shirt, and he’s been an excellent role model for the younger lads around the dressing room. We wish him the very best for the future.”
Steven tweeted to say: "After two unbelievable years my time at Wycombe has come to an end! Will take some special memories away with me. I'd like to thank the staff for making me feel welcome, the fans for their support and most of all, the management and my team-mates who have made my two years here unforgettable."