Hibs have announced that Irish defender Tim Clancy and English striker Rowan Vine have both left the club by mutual consent.
29 year old Clancy was signed by fellow countryman Pat Fenlon from Motherwell during the summer of 2012 and made a scoring debut against East Fife in a friendly with a stunning free kick.
His first competitive game came in a 3-0 defeat to Dundee United at Tannadice but injuries hampered his career at Easter Road.
In total Clancy played 21 times for Hibs, scoring one competitive goal against Celtic in a 2-2 draw at Parkhead.
His last game was a 0-0 draw with Aberdeen on 22 April 2013.
31 year old Vine joined the club from St Johnstone in the summer and made his debut against Malmo in Sweden.
In total, he played 14 times in the Hibs jersey without finding the net.
Vine has since joined former Hibs striker Garry O’Connor at Morton.
A statement on the club website reads: “Hibernian would like to thank Tim Clancy and Rowan Vine for the contributions they all made to the Club and we would like to wish them every success in the future.”