Dan Kemp has been released by his club MK Dons following a season that saw him crowned as Swindon Town Football Club's best player. 

The midfielder joined The Robins on loan from the fellow League Two side at the start of the 2023/2024 campaign and in 27 appearances for Town, recorded 16 goals and 8 assists quickly becoming a fan favourite.

He was recalled by his parent club MK Dons in January 2024 and despite not playing for Swindon at all in the second half of the season, he was still voted as Swindon's player of the season by fans, and the Swindon Advertiser. 

However, Kemp struggled to find much form for MK Dons after returning from Swindon and has now been confirmed as one of five players leaving the club when their contracts expire at the end of June. 

The 25-year-old has seemingly reacted to the news by posting on Twitter to say "Season 2023/2024: check, excited to see what next," alongside a highlight reel of his season, which mostly includes his time at Swindon. 

Kemp's upcoming free agency has not gone unnoticed among town fans who have expressed that they'd love to see him return. 

It is not known at this time if Swindon are considering making a move for the player.