VETERAN Nicky Clee has bid a fond farewell to Bradford (Park Avenue).

The experienced winger, who often filled in at left-back on occasion, came out on Twitter to say goodbye after two years at the club.

Clee said: "Had an amazing two years at Bradford (Park Avenue), but now it’s time to move on.

"Thanks to the fans for following us, we all appreciate your role in the play off push.

"Thanks to Mark Bower and Bosh for bringing me to the club and the lads I shared a dressing room with.

"What a group."

The 35-year-old leaves Avenue having made 40 appearances in the Vanarama National League North last season, scoring a single goal.

Clee joined the Bradford side in 2017 from Altrincham and brought leadership and experience to the squad having played for a number of clubs throughout his career.

This included spells at Ossett Albion, Ashton United, Hyde, Guiseley and Harrogate Town.

Avenue have five players currently signed on for the next campaign.

Lewis Knight, Alex Hurst and Conor Branson all have deals that run until the end of next season.

New duo management Garry Thompson and Shaun Gardner have taken up player roles as well.