Wolves today cancelled the contract of forgotten defender Steven Mouyokolo.
The 26-year-old, a £2.5m signing from Hull in June 2010, has been told he is free to find a new club after having his contract cancelled by mutual consent.
Mouyokolo, who still had another 18 months on his four-year deal, becomes the second player of the day to be paid up by Wolves after the surprise exit of Ronald Zubar, who has been announced as a new signing for French outfit AC Agaccio.
And he becomes the fifth this month to leave after Zubar, Richard Stearman, Frank Nouble and loanee Jermaine Pennant – with possibly more to follow over the next 24 hours before the window shuts at 11pm tomorrow night, with the club yet to make a signing.
Six-foot three stopper Mouyokolo has been out since last February with cruciate knee ligament damage sustained on a season-long loan at French side FC Sochaux.
Manager Dean Saunders said last week that the defender is still not fit, and underwent a course of injections in his knee.
Mouyokolo made just two Premier League starts for Wolves, plus another two off the bench, making just seven appearances in total while at Molineux.