Toby Radford has waved goodbye to Glamorgan County Cricket Club after two seasons as the Head Coach.
He said: "I am obviously pleased that the team showed major improvement in the past two seasons and it has been highly competitive across all formats and in all competitions.
"It is disappointing for me not to be able to see the work through to its conclusion but I am confident that the wealth of home-grown young talents like David Lloyd, Aneurin Donald and Andrew Salter, all of whom are now first team regulars, gives the club huge optimism for both the immediate and long-term future. I would like to thank all of those who supported me in taking this club forward. Together we made big strides."
Glamorgan CCC Chief Executive Hugh Morris said: "On behalf of the club I would like to thank Toby for the contribution he has made as Head Coach during the last two years.
"His hard work and commitment to the role has been evident for all to see and under his leadership we have made an important step forward in championship cricket.
"The coaching Toby has done with our young batsmen has been particularly important and I believe the players and the club will reap the benefits of this work in years to come. He leaves the club with our best wishes for the next stage of his coaching career."
Radford now plans to return as a batting coach, a role already has the experience in from his tenure at West Indies when they were won the T20 World Cup back in 2012.