Celtic manager Neil Lennon has confirmed defender Mark Wilson will be one of a number of players to leave the club this summer.
The 27-year-old captained the club in Thursday’s 1-0 win over St Johnstone on what will be his farewell appearance for the Parkhead side.
Lennon paid tribute to the defender’s contribution before announcing his imminent departure.
He said: "Mark knows he is going to have to move on next season.
"He has been a tremendous servant to Celtic, a great professional, and the only reason he hasn't played as many games this season is that his season has been curtailed by injury.
"We felt it was an opportunity to let him play one more game for the club. As usual he was his consistent self and we wish him well."
Wilson joined Celtic from Dundee United in 2006 and helped the club win three SPL titles in a row.
Injuries ensured the right back has only made ten appearances this term as Celtic clinched another league crown.