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Striker Marlon King has left Birmingham City by mutual consent, the club has announced.
The former Coventry man has been allowed to leave, as the Championship side try to reduce their wage budget.
Nottingham Forest join Blackpool and Watford as the only other teams so far to have opened their Championship campaign with two victories.
Forest snatched the points against Blackburn with a last-minute strike from Darius Henderson after a mistake from Rovers goalkeeper Jake Kean, while an own-goal from Barnsley's Scott Wiseman sealed a dramatic late victory for Blackpool.
Birmingham City have signed midfielder Tom Adeyemi on a two year deal.
The 21-year-old was a free agent after leaving Norwich City.
He will officially become a Blues player on 1 July.
Nigel Pearson says while the fans have supported Leicester City throughout the season but the club needs to deliver.
Leicester take on Watford tonight in the first leg of their Championship play-off semi-final at the King Power Stadium.
Defender Paul Konchesky is expected to be fit for the game after he missed the 3-2 win over Nottingham Forest that confirmed Leicester's place in the play-offs over their East Midlands' rivals.
Watford missed out on automatic promotion on the final day of the season. Their goalkeeper Manual Almunia will undergo a late fitness test.
The second leg is at Watford's Vicarage Road on Sunday and the winner of the tie will face either Brighton or Crystal Palace at Wembley for a place in next season's Premier League.
Police are looking through CCTV to try to identify supporters who invaded the pitch and caused damage at Molineux after Wolves' defeat against Burnley,
Advertising hoardings and the dug-out were damaged, and at least one steward was assaulted.
Inspector Richard Cox, of West Midlands Police, said:
– Inspector Richard Cox, of West Midlands Police
"The encroachment of the pitch by approximately 300 Wolves supporters was a disappointing end to an otherwise exciting and trouble-free game.
"During the course of the fixture only one arrest was made and that was a teenager who attempted to enter the ground drunk.
"In the coming days officers will be working with club officials to explore how people were able to evade security and get on to the pitch."
"Together we will review CCTV and where necessary seek to arrest anyone who may have committed a serious offence."
The defeat to Burnley left Wolves on the brink of relegation to League 1.
Wolverhampton Wanderers has confirmed one person was arrested by police after fans invaded the pitch at the Molineux this afternoon.
It followed a 1-2 home defeat to Burnley, making it increasingly likely Dean Saunders' side will be relegated from the Championship.
This evening Wolves made the following statement on its website.
– Wolverhampton Wanderers Club spokesperson
“The Club has contingencies in place to deal with every eventuality, including pitch incursions.
“The pitch was cleared relatively quickly and there were no reported injuries. There was one arrest.
“The Club will work with West Midlands Police to review all the footage relating to the post-match events.”