The Academy graduate, 22, turned professional in July 2002 and made his Premiership debut on the opening day of the 2003-04 season as a substitute in the away fixture at Birmingham City. He had previously sampled League football during a loan period at Swindon Town.
Further loans - at QPR and Gillingham - followed before Dean made the headlines in a Spurs shirt on New Year's Day 2005 with a two-goal show against Everton at the Lane.
He began last season on loan at Norwich before returning and playing a part in our Reserve side's winning of the league title.
We thank Dean for his contribution and wish him every success for the future.
Dean Marney has left the Club to join Championship side Hull City on a three-year contract.