GLADSTONE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 08: Jonathan Wright of Manly scores a try during the round five NRL match between the Gold Coast Titans and the Manly Sea Eagles at Marley Brown Oval on April 8, 2018 in Gladstone, Australia. (Photo by Jono Searle/Getty Images)

NRL veteran Jonathan Wright has announced his retirement, after a 10-year career at first grade level.

Wright made the announcement on his Twitter page on Saturday night, following 121 games at five different clubs.

The 31-year-old made his first grade debut in Round 13, 2009 for the Eels, and went on to play 12 games for Parramatta over two seasons before moving to Canterbury.

Wright played 38 games for the Bulldogs across two seasons and also had stints with the Sharks (41 games from 2013-14) and Warriors (29 games from 2015-16), before joining the Sea Eagles for the 2018 season.

The winger’s only appearance for Manly came in Round 5 this season.

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  1. The rats are leaving the sinking ship. No supporters, no club backing and a goat track for a playing field. Had to merge to survive and are only keeping afloat due to a rich owner who won’t be rich for ever. Need to relocate to Queensland or merge for a second time LOL

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