Shortly after the news was broken that Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez is entering the transfer portal, the senior posted a heartwarming message of gratitude on social media.

The 6-foot-2, 220-pound Martinez spent 4 seasons with the program and was granted an additional season of eligibility:

“Thank you to the people of Nebraska for your continued support throughout my journey…” Martinez said. “I will always be a Nebraska Cornhusker at heart and a proud Alum.”

Nebraska coach Scott Frost recently stated that he expected a swift decision from Martinez.

“I don’t think that decision will take too long,” Frost said. “I want what’s best for the program and definitely want what’s best for Adrian.”

Martinez amassed 2,863 yards, 14 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions this season. For his Nebraska career, Martinez has totaled 8,491 yards, 45 touchdowns, and 30 interceptions.

Nebraska finished 3-9 overall and sixth place in the B1G West. The Cornhuskers ended on a six-game losing streak, most recently dropping a 28-21 contest vs. then-No. 16 Iowa. Nebraska’s last victory came vs. Northwestern on Oct. 2.