Will Fish, Myziane Maolida, and Emiliano Marcondes have said their goodbyes to Hibs after their respective loan spells came to an end. 

With the 2023/24 Scottish Premiership season having ended on Sunday, with the Easter Road side recording a 1-1 draw with Livingston in West Lothian, it will only be a matter of time before the club issues the customary 'retained list' confirming which players are leaving and who is staying. 

But some players have jumped the gun, with Myziane writing on social media: "A very rewarding season, despite the ups and downs. Forever grateful for the welcome and love I received here. Thanks for everything, Hibernian Football Club!"

It remains to be seen if the Comoros internationalist does return to the capital, with the club and fans hugely appreciative of his talents and 11 goals since signing on loan from Hertha Berlin in January. But the player himself has, perhaps unsurprisingly, hinted at wanting to play at the highest level possible and those aspirations combined with his wage demands could likely price Hibs out of any deal bringing him back to EH7. Speaking after the draw at the Tony Macaroni Arena he said: "These six months with Hibs have given me a lot for my career, for everything. I am grateful to the club and the coaches, Nick, all the staff and now Dave. I would like to say thank you to all the people at the club, they helped me a lot. I had a warm welcome from all the staff, players and fans. I want to say thank you because I felt very good here and enjoyed my football.”

Marcondes made less of an impression on the pitch - most players did when compared with Myziane - but he scored vital goals against Aberdeen and Hearts as well as a stunning free kick against St Johnstone. 

The Dane, who is out of contract in the summer, wrote: "Hibernian Football Club, thanks for the way you've taken me in. Coming back from an injury and going into a new team, club and city is not always easy, but so many people here in Edinburgh have made it easier for me to settle, so thanks to players, staff, and fans. 

"Even though it's been a difficult season and the football hasn't always been perfect then I've learnt a lot. to play in a new league and new players and culture, and I do see big potential in this club and its future. Wish you all the best, good luck, and see you in the future."

Marcondes will likely return to Bournemouth where he is expected to take part in pre-season with the Cherries before deciding on his next move. 

Fish is due back at parent club Manchester United after completing two season-long loan spells in green and white. The centre-back gave his thoughts on X, formerly known as Twitter, and said sorry to supporters.

"I can only apologise - this season wasn’t good enough for a club like this. I promise I’ve absolutely loved playing for Hibs and had some incredible memories along the way. Good luck for the future - better times are coming! Thank you again, Hibernian FC."

Meanwhile, Robbie Hamilton, who made his senior debut at the end of the 2021/22 campaign, is also moving on. Writing on Instagram the midfielder, who had loan spells with Stirling Albion last season and East Fife this year, said: "After 11 years it is now time to say goodbye to my boyhood club. I would like to give a big thank you to all the staff, coaches and players who have helped me along my journey and made my dream possible.

"I have been able to represent this club from academy level all the way to first team and to make my debut at Easter Road is something I will never, ever forget. I have been so grateful for the opportunities given to me over my time but it is now time to kick on and progress on my journey. Thank you, Hibernian FC."

Paul Hanlon and Lewis Stevenson have already confirmed their departures while there are expected to be other exits this summer as well.