Reuben Hazell’s Shrewsbury Town career appears to be coming to an end after the defender claimed he has been told he can leave the club.
The defender made the announcement via the social networking site Twitter last night.
“I’m still their but not for long been told I can leave,” he tweeted when asked about his situation by a fan.
Club spokesman Ian Whitfield said the club was not commenting on the statement at the moment.
Meanwhile, midfielder Asa Hall is hoping to have put himself in contention for a second full ‘debut’ at Shrewsbury Town in this weekend’s big televised Midlands clash with Walsall.
The 25-year-old has yet to start since his summer return to the club where he had a loan spell in 2008.
But Hall caught the eye in his latest substitute appearance in Tuesday’s 2-1 Johnstone’s Paint Trophy defeat to Crewe, grabbing Shrewsbury’s first goal in 338 minutes with the aid of a goalkeeping mistake shortly after replacing Mark Wright.
He followed it up by netting for the reserves in last night’s 3-1 win at Chesterfield and he is now hoping to have put himself in the forefront of the mind of manager Graham Turner.
“I’ve been waiting to get a chance,” said the former Birmingham youngster.
“The keeper (Alan Martin) threw it in for the goal but I just tried to get on the ball and make things happen.
“Hopefully, I’ve put a bit pressure on team selection.”
Hall admits Shrewsbury are desperate to rekindle their excellent home form after a 34-match unbeaten run at the Greenhous Meadow was ended earlier this season.
“Everyone was really disappointed in the dressing room after Tuesday but I’m sure we will pick it up and we are strong enough to go again,” he added.
“It’s got a reputation for being a tough place to come and in some of the recent games we have given things away quite easily. We need to change that around and I’m sure we will.”