JESSE Kewley-Graham said Wanderers will "always remain a big part of my life" after being released by the club this week.

Blues announced yesterday the young midfielder was one of eight players they were letting go of at the end of a season spent battling the drop.

Kewley-Graham played just once for Wanderers last season, in the home game against Plymouth Argyle, and made 11 appearances overall.

He tweeted this morning: "I've enjoyed five great years with Wycombe Wanderers and would like to thank everyone who has been a part of the club, especially the coaches, back-room staff and fans.

"It's time for me to take on a new challenge and see what other opportunities bring.

"I would especially like to thank Richard Dobson who brought me to the club and nurtured me ever since I was 12.

"The fans have been excellent and this club will always remain a big part of my life."

Dean Morgan, another of the players to be released by Blues, also took to Twitter to thank fans.

He said: "Thanks to all the Wycombe fans who took me for me. I love you all and wish you all the best for the future."