Midfielder Scott Pollock has “reached an agreement to mutually terminate” his contract with Yeovil Town, the National League South champions have confirmed.

In the briefest of statements issued on Friday afternoon, the Glovers confirmed the exit of the former Hashtag United and Boston United player who has not featured since completing 90 minutes in the 1-0 defeat at Boreham Wood on the final day of last season.

In its statement, the club said: “Yeovil Town Football Club and Scott Pollock have reached an agreement to mutually terminate Scott’s contract. All parties wish each other well.”

The 23-year-old has not featured at all in the club’s immediate return back to the National League Premier this season with manager Mark Cooper repeatedly confirming he had a remarkably persistent injury. In November, he underwent knee surgery, but nothing appears to have improved enough to see him enter contention for selection.

Pollock arrived in March when the club was under the ‘stewardship’ of SU Glovers, the group led by now-York City owner Matt Uggla, and was undoubtedly one of the players who Cooper has said was signed by that group. He played seven times as the club plummeted to relegation and, well, that was about it.

Do not be surprised if you see a tweet from York with the signature emoji followed by the announcement of Pollock’s signing at some point in the coming weeks and months.

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