ALL-ROUNDER Graham Wagg is leaving Glamorgan after 10 seasons at Sophia Gardens.

The 37-year-old has been unable to agree a new contract with the Welsh county and will now look to find another club for the end of his playing days when his deal expires at the end of the month.

Wagg was signed in 2011 and became a regular in the Glamorgan XI with his left-arm seam and big hitting down the order.

"I have loved my time at Glamorgan and have made Wales home," said the former Warwickshire and Derbyshire all-rounder.

"The fans have been a truly special part of my time here, and the support they have shown me has been something I will never forget.

South Wales Argus:

"I still have that burning desire to play cricket that I did all those years ago, and while I am sad to be leaving the club, it will always have a special place in my heart and I leave with nothing but positive feelings to Glamorgan."

Wagg played 96 first-class games for Glamorgan, scoring nearly 4,000 runs with four centuries, including a double-century against Surrey at Guildford in 2015.

He also took 249 wickets first-class wickets for the club, with four five-wicket hauls and a career-best 6 for 29 at The Oval in 2014.

In T20 cricket, Wagg's 99 games brought nearly 1,000 runs and 95 wickets, where he sits second on Glamorgan's all-time wicket charts, with a T20 best of 5 for 14 against Worcestershire in 2013.

Wagg was awarded his county cap in 2013, a testimonial year in 2019 and was Glamorgan's player of the year in 2015.

South Wales Argus:

Director of cricket Mark Wallace said: "Graham's wholehearted and passionate style have been a feature of his 10 years at the club making him popular with both players and supporters alike.

"He has influenced games for the club with both bat, ball and in the field and his timeless energy will certainly be missed both inside and outside the dressing room. Graham leaves the club with our best wishes for the future."