Jack Doyle has announced he will be leaving the club after 12 years.

The full back, who has struggled with injury of late, will leave at the end of his current contract.

The 22-year-old finished last season with Derry City and also spent time on loan at Maidstone United in the National League before injury cut that short.

Doyle, previously a regular for Damien Johnson’s Under-23s side, made two first team appearances, the last of which came in the Checkatrade Trophy win over Stoke City.

His debut came in the same month when Tony Mowbray used him off the bench in a Carabao Cup win at Coventry City.

But with his deal set to expire, Doyle will look for a new club this summer.

Posting on social media, Doyle wrote: “Sad to say I will be leaving Blackburn after 12 years at the club.

“I just want to say thanks to all the staff at the club who have developed me as a player and a person, I’ve made some friends for life and memories I won’t forget.

“I wish the club all the best in the future and hope they get where they want to be.

“I’m looking forward to the next chapter in my career. Time to prove a lot of people wrong.”