Paul Caddis has left Rovers via mutual consent.

Caddis played 21 times for Rovers in all competitions after signing on a free transfer last summer.

The most recent of those came in Tuesday’s 4-1 Carabao Cup win over Lincoln City in which he played the 90 minutes, and claimed an assist for the third goal scored by Paul Downing.

A club statement read: “Rovers would like to thank Paul for his services and wish him well in the future.”

The 30-year-old signed a two-year deal with Rovers last summer after a spell on trial once leaving Bury.

He played 13 League One games in 2017/18, most of those in the early months of the season when deputising for the injured Ryan Nyambe.

But the 20-year-old has since made the right-back spot his own, and even when he missed the final weeks of last season, Elliott Bennett was drafted in to the back four.