Following changes to the Bulls training regime, the 26 year-old left-sided player has decided to pursue his career away from Edgar Street.
Greenslade said, “I just want to wish everyone connected with the club all the best as my time at Hereford has come to an end.
“With the extra travelling, work commitments, and other changes, it just isn’t possible for me to stay.
“Hopefully, Josh and Steve can be the men to bring better fortunes to the club in the future.”
Greenslade was a Peter Beadle signing after joining the Bulls from Weston-Super-Mare for an undisclosed transfer fee after initially turning down a move to Edgar Street.
The then 22-year-old didn’t want to step down a level from National League South side Weston-Super-Mare but ‘jumped’ at a the chance of pulling on a Bulls shirt for the following season’s campaign after Hereford agreed a fee with his former club.
After agreeing terms Greenslade had hoped to make progress at Edgar Street but has suffered an injury ravaged time.
“I’ve played in both (National League North and South) and I think they are pretty similar but in the North there are bigger clubs and teams which will hopefully mean bigger occasions for the club so I can’t wait.
“There are more full-time clubs in the North so they have that extra five per cent fitness levels, but I think all in all it’s much the same. There are some big physical teams but at the same time there are a variation of teams who can get the ball down and play. There are some big clubs in there with a lot of ambition the same as Hereford.”