Luton Town have confirmed that Shaun Whalley, Ricky Miller and Danny Fitzsimons have all left the club.
Whalley, 27, was out of contract this summer and departs Kenilworth Road after scoring five goals in 42 matches.
The winger was signed from Southport in the summer of 2013, picking up two title winners’ medals last term, having also helped AFC Telford to the Conference North title during a loan spell with the Bucks.
After joining from Histon, defender Fitzsimons didn’t play a first team match for Luton, as the 23-year-old suffered a serious knee cruciate knee injury and finished this campaign on loan with Conference North side Brackley Town.
Meanwhile, Miller, who was signed from Boston United last summer, has had his contract terminated (subject to appeal) following an internal investigation into a breach of club discipline.
The former Boston United forward was arrested and released on bail last month after an alleged incident with a taxi driver following the club’s end of season presentation awards evening.