Peterborough have announced the departure of assistant manager Lee Glover.
Former Nottingham Forest striker Glover, 46, leaves London Road just over nine months after being appointed by the Sky Bet League One club.
"Peterborough United Football Club have parted company with assistant manager Lee Glover," read a brief statement on the club's official website.
"We would like to thank Lee for his efforts on behalf of the football club and wish him the best of luck in the future."
Glover was named as Posh manager Grant McCann's assistant last June after previously holding coaching roles at Derby and Coventry.
Former Posh midfielder McCann replaced Graham Westley in April, while the club are currently 12th in the table having won only one of their last eight league games.