Doncaster have confirmed halfback Rangi Chase has left the club to pursue other opportunities.
Chase signed for the Dons midway through the 2019 season, and made 11 appearances to help them with their playoff push.
The former England international has a wealth of experience, having played for Castleford Tigers, Widnes Vikings, Leigh Centurions and Salford Red Devils. He has also played in the NRL with Wests Tigers and St George Illawarra Dragons.
Reacting to the news, he said: “I’d like to thank the club for the opportunity and the fans for their support throughout. The coaching staff, Richard Horne and Pete Green have been great with me as have the strength and conditioning coaches Ed Miles and Dave Cooke.
“There will be people I have missed but I want to especially thank Carl Hall for everything he has done for me, without him I wouldn’t be in the place I am today.
“Things out of our control have effected the world of rugby league and I believe we were creating something great prior to the pandemic.
“I wish Doncaster all the best for the future and hopefully I will see you all soon.”
Chief executive Carl Hall said: “Rangi had a couple of opportunities elsewhere and has kept the club fully updated along the way.
“Unfortunately our budget along with most clubs has been effected by the pandemic, we had a contingency plan for Rangi if he wanted to go down another route.