Burrows tweeted that he would focus on his Fir Park role, working to futureproof the club with renewed emphasis on some medium to long term projects.
He added: "I have thought long and hard about it.
"The board needs a degree of continuity, particularly with the challenges of Covid-19 still far from over, and I am glad some of my colleagues have once again put themselves forward for re-election.
"However, I also think some freshness and perhaps some new ideas will help the league overall, so I’m very happy to stand back and let others get involved. I wish them well."
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