Ex-Socceroo David Williams has left his Hungarian club Szombathelyi Haladas and returned to Australia.
Williams left Melbourne City to join Haladas Szombathelyi in January 2016.
The forward, who has two caps for the Socceroos, scored 17 goals in 48 appearances in the OTP Bank Liga.
Williams told FourFourTwo he has yet to sign with any new club for next season.
"I haven't signed anywhere just yet," he said.
"Just having a holiday at home then I'll see what will be my best option."
Williams hails from Brisbane and broke into the A-League with the Roar in 2006.
He has had spells with Danish club Brondby along with Australian sides North Queensland Fury, Sydney FC and Melbourne City.
The 30-year-old has represented Australia at Under-17, Under-20, Under-23 and senior level.
On Instagram the striker posted: "It's time for me to say goodbye to Haladas. Thank you Haladas fans you are unbelievable, amazing and so passionate (easily the best in the league)."
It’s time for me to say goodbye to @haladasofficial 🙋🏽♂️. Thank you @haladasfans you are unbelievable, amazing and so passionate.. 🙌🏽( easily the best in the league) To my team mates you’re all legends and I couldn’t have had the success on the pitch without you boys. 👊🏽To the coaching staff, office staff and volunteers.. I am very grateful for all the work, time and effort you put in to this club. 🙏🏾 But most importantly, thank you to my wife and little boy for making this part of my career the adventure it has been and supporting me no matter what 👪❤️ I have loved playing for Haladás and I hope to return again one day soon. Szombathely has been our home for the last 2.5 years. I will always remember it. It’s tough to say goodbye to all the friends we have made but life goes on. I will miss Szombathely, but now it’s time for the next chapter of our lives. —Hajra Hali— Köszönöm szépen. 💚🇭🇺