Wright has now been named as one of six players being released by Crawley FC.
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The TV presenter - whose wife is former Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan - wrote on Instagram: "After 8 months of an incredible time and memories I won’t forget, I want to thank everyone at @officialcrawleytownfc for giving me the amazing opportunity to do what I love one last time.
Thanks to everyone for your support on this journey and for those that watched the doc on the BBC.
"It was only ever going to be a short run due to my other work commitments, which I must admit I found very challenging, juggling everything together but we made it work and what an incredible experience it was, the fact I got to do this with my brother @joshwright4444 too is something as kids we could have only ever dreamed for.
"Injuries got in the way of fulfilling this journey to its full potential, but the fact I even had another taste of the beautiful game, will be something I’ll never forget. Another life goal."
He added: "P.S. I may do pre season with the club to get next level fit as I never did a pre season last year. So Crawley fans if you’re back by then I hope to see ya then."
Wright — who competed in Strictly Come Dancing in 2014 — trained with the club last year for two months before he was announced to have been signed a player.
He had previously played with the team 13 years ago, before finding fame on ITV2 reality show TOWIE.
Wright made a documentary for BBC iPlayer about his attempts to become a professional footballer called Mark Wright: The Last Chance.
The Take Me Out: The Gossip presenter — who in the past trained with Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur — made his debut for Crawley as a substitute in their FA Cup win against Leeds in January.
He also played in their February defeat by Harrogate in February, but was taken off at half-time.
When he announced his signing to Crawley Town last year Wright said: "My love for the game has never gone away and the fact that I never played a professional game in the Football League has always niggled away at me. If I don’t do it now, I never will.”
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