During his time at the club, Anthony Stokes was a bit of an up and down character. At times he was a brilliant player for the club who had more than his fair share of moments becoming a bit of a fans favourite, after striking up a partnership with Gary Hooper.
After spending the last year in Iran, Stokes could be set for a move back to the country where he has had most of his success.
According to The Sun, the 31-year old could be set for a move to fifth-tier Scottish side, East Kilbride.
The ambitious lowland league side have already named a number of big recruits, with the likes of Paul Paton, formerly of Dundee United and St Johnstone, and Chris Erskine, formerly of Partick Thistle and Livingston joining ex Dumbarton boss Stevie Aitken at Kilby.
At 31 this may be a bit of a shock move for the Irishman, as some may argue he still could have some playing time at a higher level.
This could be a good move for Stokes though, as he would undoubtedly be the main man at the club and likely will earn an okay wage for doing so. It will be interesting to see the impact he may have if he does move to K-Park.