Osaze Odemwingie’s career at Stoke City is over following the confirmations by Coach Mark Hughes that the striker had played his last game for the Potters.
The 34 year-old winger joined Bristol City on loan until the end of the season on Friday and that takes him to the end of his contract with Stoke.
“Peter is in a situation where he’s at the end of his contract and isn’t going to be re-contracted here,” said Hughes.
“There was an opportunity to allow him to go out and play football and his opportunities here from now until the end of the season are going to be few and far between.”
Recall that after spending just four months back then with with Cardiff City, Odemwingie moved on to Stoke City in a player-exchange deal as Kenwyne Jones switched to South Wales.
Odemwingie penned an 18-month contract at the Britannia Stadium and ended his first six-month period with five goals in 15 games but then missed the majority of 2014/15 due to a knee ligament injury.
After securing a further year’s contract in Staffordshire, Odemwingie has made eight appearances this season – albeit six of them from the substitutes bench.