Former Wycombe Wanderers striker Nathan Tyson has been released from fifth-tier Chesterfield after their play-off semi-final defeat.

The 40-year-old, who has had three separate spells with the Chairboys, played 141 times for the Bucks outfit and scored 53 goals.

During those spells, he was relegated with the club in 2004, before gaining promotion with Wycombe in 2018.

He began his career with the Reading and has formed a respectable career across the EFL.

Spending the majority of his career with recently promoted Nottingham Forest, the fan favourite at Wycombe also enjoyed two spells with the Spirerites.

Paul Cook's Derbyshire outfit lost to Solihull Moors in the National League play-off semi-finals over the weekend, confirming a fifth straight season in the fifth tier of English football.

Releasing the news on his personal Instagram account, he said "So my time at Chesterfield FC has come to an end.

"I would like to thank everyone that is associated with this amazing football club who have welcomed me with open arms and that has supported me during my time at the club and for that I’m forever grateful.

"It’s with sadness that during my time we didn’t get back to the football league, but what I do know is that the club has a bright future ahead of them.

"And wish the club, the fans, every success in the future.

"Thank you to my teammates, coaching staff and the physio department you’ve all been world-class and hope to see you all soon."