GEORGE GREEN has become the latest player to announce that his time at Chester has come to an end.

Following the final game of the National League North season, in which the Blues finished ninth, three points outside the play-off places, joint-bosses Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley have been speaking with the current playing squad.

Playmaker Green, who made just four starts for the Blues, took to Twitter to reveal his departure, writing: "Unfortunately my time at @ChesterFC has come to an end, I’ve met some truly great people along the way.

"I’ve learnt more in this year than I have my whole career and take nothing but good memories and laughs with me.

"Thank you all for your support and I wish Chester all the best."

Green's announcement follows on from Steve Howson's, the defender suggesting that Saturday's 2-2 draw at Alfreton could be his last as a semi-professional.

He wrote: "Looking like my last game at semi pro level, been an absolute blast, had so many great battles on/off the pitch, loved every minute, gave my all, fat lad from Rammy done ok!!! Onto my next chapter, so excited...Lads, it’s been a blast, THANK YOU."

And Ben McKenna also confirmed that he won't be at The Swansway Stadium next season, writing: "All the best to everyone connected with @ChesterFC

"I wish the gaffers, players, staff and fans nothing but success moving forward.

"Been a season of many ups and down but one I’m very proud of from a personal point of view.

"Life’s about feeling good and that I certainly do."