Wycombe Wanderers legend Martin O'Neill has left his position as Republic of Ireland manager after five years at the helm.

O'Neill had been at the helm since 2013, leading the country to the last 16 of Euro 2016, and stands down by mutual consent after a disappointing UEFA Nations League campaign.

Assistant Roy Keane and O'Neill's other backroom staff have also left their roles following Monday's 0-0 draw with Denmark.

The Football Association of Ireland president Donal Conway said on the association's official website: "On behalf of the FAI Board, I would like to thank Martin, Roy, and the management team for their work with the Republic of Ireland team over the last five years."

O'Neill, who replaced Giovanni Trapattoni, in November 2013, guided Ireland to the Euro 2016 finals in 2016 and oversaw famous victories over Germany and Italy during his 55 games in charge.