DECLAN Patton's time at Warrington Wolves is at an end.

The half-back's contract with his hometown club expired in November and club officials have confirmed to the Guardian that his deal has not been renewed.

Former Cardinal Newman High School pupil Patton, 25, has spent his entire professional career with The Wire having come through the club's academy to make his first-team debut in 2015.

He leaves having made 106 Warrington appearances – only four of which came during the 2020 campaign. Those games have yielded 16 tries and 143 goals, including one of each during the 2016 Super League Grand Final defeat to Wigan Warriors.

Patton helped The Wire win the 2019 Challenge Cup while starting as the team's only recognised half-back in the final win over St Helens and also featured in the previous year's Wembley loss to Catalans Dragons.