The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Moses Suli have today agreed to part company.
Both parties sat down this week and decided that it was in the best interests of the club and the individual if they parted ways.
Bulldogs Chief Executive Andrew Hill said the time was right for the decision to be made.
"Right from the start the Bulldogs were committed to giving Moses every opportunity to fulfil his potential and become part of the Bulldogs," said Hill.
"Unfortunately, Moses has not been able to adapt to the high standards that Dean and the coaching staff have asked from all players and as such we think that it is in the best interests of both parties if we part ways.
"This is not the end for Moses as a footballer and if he can regain the desire and drive to reach the standards required then I believe that he can still be successful. The club wishes him all the best going forward."
Suli agreed that the time was right for a change.
"I think that it is right for me and the Bulldogs that I take some time away from the game to re-assess what the future holds for me," said Suli.
"I want to thank the Bulldogs for the opportunity that they have given me and I leave the club with no hard feelings whatsoever."