By FOX Sports staff
Mehmet, who has experience playing in Europe in Scotland and Turkey, joined the Glass Rabbits at the start of the season after terminating his deal with A-League outfit Perth Glory.
The 29-year-old was involved in three of his side's opening four games of the campaign but since he started in the 1-0 home loss to Police United on March 31, he has not been involved in any of their subsequent six league outings.
Mehmet was initially brought to the club by Phil Stubbins but his fellow Briton left the club in March and was temporarily replaced by assistant coach Anurak Srikerd, before ex-Buriram United boss Attaphol Puspakom was handed the reins on a full-time basis at the start of this month.
Attaphol began his reign with a 3-1 defeat to Chonburi but got Bangkok Glass back to winning ways on Sunday as they beat Ratchaburi 1-0, although Mehmet did not feature in both matches.
And it now appears the ex-Republic of Ireland Under-21 international's time at the club has come to an end, after he announced an amicable split via the social media platform on Monday evening.
"Thanks to bgfc [Bangkok Glass Football Club] for mutually agreeing to terminate my contract due 2 personal reasons i wish them well looking forward to my next challenge," he tweeted.
As of Monday evening, the club had yet to release a statement on their official website.
Image courtesy of Bangkok Glass FC