Romy Boco has left Chesterfield after receiving an offer to play in India.Boco, who joined the Spireites on non-contract terms in the summer after leaving Plymouth Argyle, has signed for I-League side Bharat FC.
Spireites chief executive Chris Turner expressed his disappointment at Boco's decision to leave the club. He said: "I feel that Romy has let Paul Cook down as he gave him an opportunity to play first-team football when nobody wanted him. Contract offers were made to him, but he decided to turn them down.
"No player is bigger than the club, however, so we move on and wish Romy all the best for the future."
Boco, 29, scored on his debut for Chesterfield on the opening day of the season at Leyton Orient. That was his solitary goal for the Spireites in 19 appearances.