Scrum-half Sililo Martens has left the Scarlets by mutual consent.
The 31-year-old Tonga and Pacific Islanders international joined the Region in summer 2008 and made 15 appearances.
Scarlets chief executive Stuart Gallacher said: "We thank Sililo for his contribution and we wish him all the best for the future."
New Zealand-born Martens joined the Scarlets from Sale Sharks and made his debut last August against Bath.
His final run-out in a Scarlets shirt came on January 31 in the Barbarians game which marked the official opening of new stadium Parc y Scarlets. He came on as a second-half replacement.
Martens' international debut for Tonga came in 1998 when he played Australia and Fiji. He has played a total of 42 times for Tonga and three times for the Pacific Islanders - last year against England, France and Italy.
Martens said: "I wish the Scarlets all the best for the coming years. With the squad they have and their new stadium they have a big chance to build a great future.
"I thank the Region for all they've done for me and thank my teammates and fans for all their goodwill and support.
"I'm now talking to a couple of clubs about playing contracts for next season and will also be able to spend important time
on pursuing my own business ventures."
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