Matt Sherratt will leave Ospreys Rugby as Backs Coach at the end of the season.
Matt, who took up his role at the region at the beginning of the 2018/19 season, has requested an early release from the final year of his contract in order to spend more time with his young family.
Sherratt joined Ospreys from Cardiff Blues following spells with Bristol Bears and Worcester Warriors, supporting the Welsh national team for a short period as Backs Coach during that period whilst Warren Gatland was away on Lions duty.
General Manager of Rugby at the Ospreys, Dan Griffiths said of his departure; "We're sorry to see Matt leave the club at the end of the season, he's been an important member of the coaching staff but being a father of two young children myself, I understand his reasons for wanting to spend more time with his family".
We want to thank him for his efforts, and I know he will continue to bring a clarity and enthusiasm that helps the coaching team drive performance throughout the remainder of the season.
As a club we want to play a fast, attractive, successful brand of rugby. Moving forward the focus will be on recruiting an attack coach, and players, that will add quality to what we have and help us achieve this."