West Bromwich Albion have confirmed the departures of out-of-contract duo Stephane Sessegnon and Victor Anichebe.
Sessegnon, who is soon to turn 32, made a total of 92 appearances for the club, scoring eight goals, since arriving at The Hawthorns in 2013.
Anichebe, 28, made 63 outings for the Baggies and found the net nine times following his arrival at the club in the same summer window.
The two lads worked really hard for me and were as good as gold. Everybody at the Club wishes them all the best in their future careers.
Meanwhile, the Club remain in discussions with James Morrison regarding a new contract.
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Police have made an arrest as they investigate the incident that saw West Brom's Chris Brunt hit by a coin.
The midfielder appeared to be struck as he approached his own club's fans following Albion's 3-1 FA Cup defeat at Reading on Saturday.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis has refused to commit his future to The Hawthorns.
The manager's contract expires in 2017 but he has offered no assurances he will stay and will seek talks with chairman Jeremy Peace in the summer.
Pulis has come under fire from fans after Saturday's 3-1 FA Cup defeat at Reading and tempers boiled over when Chris Brunt was hit by a coin thrown from the Albion section following the final whistle.
He told the BBC: "Let's get through the season, let's sit down and see where we go from there. The most important thing is to try and keep the club up in the Premier League.
"I'll sit down with Jeremy and we'll take it from there."
Pulis has been in charge since January 2015, replacing Alan Irvine, signing a two-and-a-half year deal. Albion are 14th in the Barclays Premier League but have won just twice in their last 11 games in all competitions
Chris Brunt insists he could have been blinded after being hit by a coin thrown from West Brom's own fans.
The Northern Ireland international was hit under his left eye by a coin thrown from the visiting section as he went to hand his shirt over to a Baggies supporter following their 3-1 FA Cup defeat at Reading on Saturday.
The police are treating the incident as assault with the Football Association also investigating while Press Association Sport understands Albion will issue a lifetime ban to anyone found guilty.
Brunt was then involved in a heated exchange with a group of fans and believes the coin may have blinded him.
"It could have done but it is done now, you can accept criticism and accept people having a go at you in games for not playing well individually or as a team but you can't accept people throwing stuff," he said.
"I can't pick that coin up and throw it back at him. If I did that I would be all over the news and probably sitting in a police cell. It is definitely not on.
"I was pretty angry in the heat of the moment. I didn't see what happened, I turned around and got hit by a coin. I don't know who threw it , I don't know where it came from. It is a brave man to throw a coin from there and a braver man if he admits to it.
"I don't really see how that was any different to whacking someone in the street. We are not allowed to do it and nobody is allowed to do it in the street so why should he be allowed to throw coins at football matches?
Brunt does not expect anyone who threw the coin to apologise to him despite widespread condemnation about the incident.
He said: "Probably not, but it would show and make him a bigger man than what he was to throw a coin from 20 yards away to hit me in the head if he owned up to it. You are throwing football back 20 years with some of the behaviour there.
Alan Cleverley from the West Bromwich Albion Supporters Trust has described yesterday's coin throwing incident as "appalling and despicable."
West Brom player Chris Brunt was struck beneath his left eye by a coin at the end of their 3-1 loss away at Reading.