ADAM Henley is attracting interest from clubs in the Championship and MLS after being released by Rovers.

The 22-year-old saw his 13-year association with Rovers come to an end last week when it was revealed Henley wouldn't be offered a new deal.

Henley played 94 times for Rovers in all competitions, including eight in the Premier League campaign of 2011/12, and was rewarded with a long-term contract in 2012.

International honours with Wales followed in November 2015, with Henley going on to earn two senior caps, but his Rovers career would end in disappointment.

A hamstring injury sustained in August, which he suffered a recurrence of in November, ended his season prematurely, but the potential shown in his early Rovers appearances hasn’t gone unnoticed by interested clubs.

Henley would be available on a free transfer following his departure from Rovers.

Speaking of his release, he said: “I’ve enjoyed every minute from the day I walked into Brockhall as a nine-year-old.

“I want to say a big thank you to all the coaches, players and backroom staff that have helped me on my journey to get to where I am now and helped me achieve my dream as a kid to become a professional. Everyone at Blackburn Rovers made that possible for me.

“Also to all the fans that have supported me in the club through the tough times, especially in the last few years, but for their support I’m massively grateful. For the future, Blackburn will always have a special place in my heart for everything it’s done for me and I’d like nothing more than to see it return to its former glory.”