Marcus Stroman’s love for Jose Reyes made wearing No. 7 feel wrong.

It’s why the Mets pitcher announced Friday on Twitter that he will don a new number next season in Queens, but didn’t say what it would be. He wore No. 7 for 11 starts this season after coming over in a trade with the Blue Jays. Stroman and Reyes were also teammates in Toronto from 2014-15.

“Grew up watching the passion and energy of @lamelaza_7 [Jose Reyes] at Shea Stadium,” Stroman wrote. “Also, loved playing with him. With that being said, I don’t feel right wearing his number because of the incredible career he had in a @Mets uniform. Excited to switch numbers and compete in Queens next year!”

Stroman wore No. 54 and No. 6 with the Blue Jays, but Jeff McNeil has No. 6 for the Mets. Reyes, a four-time All Star, played 12 of his 16 season with the Mets, including what appears to be his last in 2018.

Stroman went 4-2 with a 3.77 ERA with the Mets, who he joined at the trade deadline. The Medford, Long Island, native is eligible for arbitration in 2020 and becomes a free agent after next season.