Robin Nahas of the Kangaroos celebrates a goal during the 2015 AFL First Elimination Final match between the Richmond Tigers and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia on September 13, 2015. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

North Melbourne delist small forward Robin Nahas

North Melbourne has made yet another list change, delisting small forward Robin Nahas.

Nahas joined the Roos at the end of 2013 after 89 games in five seasons at Punt Road.

He added a further 34 games to his career tally at the Kangaroos, booting 35 goals.

“North was absolutely fantastic to me and gave me a lot of opportunities at the highest level which I’ll always be grateful for,” Nahas told the club’s website.

“To be able to extend my career with North for a further three years was fantastic and I’ll always cherish my time there.”

See all of the 2016 retirements and delistings

The 28-year-old marks the second change to the Kangaroos’ list on Wednesday, following the retirement of former St Kilda and Western Bulldogs player, Farren Ray.

North Melbourne List Manager Cam Joyce thanked the pair for their contributions to the club.

“Robbie was a great fit for us and gave us some real quality up forward with his elite pressure and tackling ability,” Joyce said.

“We sincerely thank Robbie and Farren for their professionalism and effort, and commend both on their respective careers.”