It's all over for Shaun Johnson and the Warriors.
Warriors CEO Cameron George announced that the 28-year-old halfback will be leaving the NRL club after being granted an early release from his contract - effective immediately.
This comes after Johnson, who signed a two-year million-dollar deal with the club in 2017, requested the release on Tuesday.
Behind all the drama and quickly fracturing relationship between player and club, it's hard to deny the impact Johnson made during his time at the Warriors.
During his eight seasons, Johnson played 162 games, scored 63 tries and tallied up a total of 915 points.
Here's a short list of Johnson's greatest hits during his Warriors career:
2011 - Warriors v Storm (NRL semifinals):
Johnson's miracle play against the Storm leads the Warriors into the Grand Final. A dummy before a jink and an offload to centre Lewis Brown broke Melbourne's heart with three minutes left, giving the Warriors a 20-12 victory.
2011 - Warriors v Broncos (NRL round 22):
He blitzes the Broncos with a 60m try at Suncorp Stadium, beating six on the way to the tryline. It is rated as one of the tries of the year, as he broke some early tackles 30m out from the Warriors' line. The Warriors are beaten 21-20.
2018 - Warriors v Raiders (NRL round 3):
His two back-to-back drop goals against the Raiders cap an incredible comeback 20-19 win.
2018 - Warriors v Sea Eagles (NRL round 14:
He sets up three tries in his 150th match for the Warriors against Manly in Christchurch to carve up the Sea Eagles 34-14.