V. Selvaraj has announced that he is stepping down as coach of S-League side Warriors FC after half a season.
"I've tendered my resignation," the 44-year-old said on Sunday evening following his side's 1-2 loss to Brunei DPMM in a StarHub League Cup group-stage tie at the Jalan Besar Stadium.
"I spoke to my chairman, we agreed and I'm moving on."
A former Singapore international, he has been struggling to produce the results since taking over from Richard Bok at the start of the season.
Eight-time league champions Warriors have won just four of their 13 league matches to date and currently lie 10th in the 12-team league. Their defence of the RHB Singapore Cup, meanwhile, ended at the first hurdle when they lost 0-2 to Philippine side Global FC earlier this month.
The club have not announced who will take charge when the team meet Balestier Khalsa in another League Cup clash.
In another group-stage match played last night, Tampines Rovers defeated Tanjong Pagar United 2-1 at the Clementi Stadium.