Wasps have confirmed that Danny Cipriani will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season.
The club has announced that Cipriani is currently considering his options before announcing his next career move.
“I will be sad to leave Wasps, but my job is far from finished and I can promise the fans my absolute all until the end of the season as we tackle the mission ahead of us," said Cipriani.
“I will now take some time to decide my next move.”
The England fly-half re-signed for Wasps from Sale Sharks last season, six years after leaving the then Londoners for Australia.
A desire to play behind a stronger pack was among Cipriani’s primary reasons for opting to switch to Wasps.
Director of rugby Dai Young said: “Danny is moving on at the end of the year and we wish him well.
“We would also like to thank him for all his efforts in a Wasps shirt.
“As he says, now this decision has been made public we can all concentrate on the really important three-and-a-half months of rugby which lies ahead.
“This begins for Danny, the rest of the squad and staff at the Ricoh on Sunday, where our focus is fully on the challenge presented by Exeter.”