Nacim, who made 15 league appearances for It's Past Our Bedtime this season was the top scorer for the Slackers scoring 10 goals and produced excellent man of the match displays along the way. The star player proved to be a fans favorite and was nicknamed 'People's Democratic Republic of Algeria Man'.
The Algerian man was signed for £47m from Maidenhead in 2011, and spent time on loan at Furze Platt, but there is no room for him in the squad next season.
Nacim has not started a game for It's Past Our Bedtime since January, many speculating his recent limited involvement had been due to a fall out with the manager.
A statement released by the chairman read: 'Nacim will leave It's Past Our Bedtime when his current contract ends on 30 June.
'he has played a huge part in a successful 2011-12 season which saw the Slackers survive for another season in the Wednesday League.'
The statement went on to add: 'It's Past Our Bedtime would like to thank Nacim for his hard work and dedication and wish him luck in his future careers.'
It is believed Lewis Bedwell is on the radar of manager/player Jack Stemp after Jack saw him play and was impressed.