SWINDON Town youngster Sol Pryce has sent out a goodbye message to the club’s fans this afternoon as it appears his time at SN1 is over.

While there has not been any official confirmation from the club, Pryce posted a message on his Twitter account with the message: “Would like to say a thank you for (Swindon Town) for giving me the opportunity to play professional football.

“Big thank you to (Alan McLoughlin) for everything he has done for me since I joined the club!

“End of a chapter, career is just getting started.”

Pryce made his league debut in the 3-2 victory over Stevenage at the County Ground back in November, scoring after 18 seconds before doubling his tally for the night in first-half stoppage time.

Following his dream league debut, Pryce made just two more appearances – in Town’s 1-0 home loss against Woking and 2-1 away defeat to Grimsby – and was then sent out on loan to Dulwich Hamlet where he failed to make an impact.

He then scored on his Bath City debut after joining on loan in March, but manager Richie Wellens appears to have not found a spot for the 19-year-old in his squad for next season.