In a tweet, Paddy Barrett paid tribute to the “players, fans and everyone at Dundalk FC for the past few years.”
He raised some of the highlights he achieved while at the club, including an appearance in the Champions League qualifiers and said it’s “a great club with great people,” adding that it’s “time for change.”
Thanks to the players and fans an everyone at Dundalk FC for the past few years. Plenty Silverware and European nights that will never be forgotten. Wish you all the best , a great club with great people . Time for change ⚽👏 pic.twitter.com/9jMhz7WqZR
— Paddy Barrett (@PaddyBarrett42) November 13, 2017
It could pave the way for Barret to make the move to his hometown club permanent ahead of next season’s return to the Airtricity League Premier Division, however it’s believed he has attracted interest from other clubs and could be tempted by a move overseas.