Plenty of Sheffield Wednesday fans have taken to social media to react to a message from striker Gary Hooper, after it was announced that he will leave the club this summer.
The 31-year-old is one of six out-of-contract players at Hillsborough who will be released by the club, as new manager Steve Bruce looks to put his own stamp on the squad.
Hooper has made just six Championship appearances for the Owls this season, scoring one goal, after returning from a 15-month injury lay-off in March.
The centre-forward posted this message on his personal Twitter account, saying that he has really enjoyed his time at Sheffield Wednesday and thanked the club for looking after him.
After 3 1/2 years my time @swfc has come to an end. I have really enjoyed my time here and would like to thank the fans for their amazing support and to the club for looking after me so well. I’m now looking forward to the next chapter in my career.
— Gary Hooper (@HOOP588) May 6, 2019
The striker thanked Owls fans for their support throughout his time at the club and added that he is looking forward to beginning the next chapter of his career.
Hooper scored 31 goals in 89 appearances for Sheffield Wednesday and played his final game for the club in the 2-1 defeat to QPR at Hillsborough on Sunday.
His message on social media caused quite a reaction with Owls fans, with many of them to quick to wish the striker all the best for his future.
Here is a look at the best reactions from Sheffield Wednesday fans on Twitter…
Thanks @HOOP588 you've been brilliant, very intelligent footballer, shame we've not seen you over the last year, you'll be missed. Good luck for the future. UTO ????⚪????????
— Craig Gambling (@CraigosSWFC) May 6, 2019
Won't be the same without you Hoops! But good luck in your next chapter – and remember, once an owl, always an owl ???? #wawaw ????⚪️????⚪️
— Matt Scholey (@matt_scholey) May 6, 2019
— Lenny Collins (@baldycollins) May 6, 2019
Good Luck Gary, you’ve been an excellent servant to the Owls unlike some of your generation who’ve sat at home doing stuff all. You’ll be held in the highest regard by the Owls.
— Andrew O'Sullivan (@andyosull70) May 6, 2019
All the best Gary. Sad to see you go. You've been brilliant.
— Chris Emsell (@Christoph0512) May 6, 2019
All the best for the future ???? ???????? #wawaw
— Steve Turner (@Majortarantino) May 6, 2019
Good luck, shame we didn't see more of you ????????
— Debbie ???????? (@DeborahTaylor3) May 6, 2019
Good luck Gary, sorry to see you go ????????????????
— AngelaJ (@AngelaJohns07) May 6, 2019