West Bromwich Albion have allowed fringe strikers Sherjill MacDonald and Bartosz Slusarski to leave The Hawthorns.
MacDonald is set to join Belgian side Roeselare until the end of the season while Slusarski has had his contract terminated by mutual consent and has returned to his native Poland.
MacDonald has made six substitute appearances for Tony Mowbray's side this season but has fallen down the pecking order with the arrival of Arsenal youngster Jay Simpson.
Assistant manager Mark Venus said: "Sherjill could have gone to a few English clubs but he chose not to. He is going to a league he knows well, having previously played for Anderlecht.
"It hasn't really happened for him here maybe because he just hasn't had the time on the pitch that we wanted to give him.
"So he's gone back to Belgium and hopefully he can get some football, get on the pitch, play well and we'll see how it goes from there.
"Whether he comes back rejuvenated like Craig Beattie did from Crystal Palace, or whether he goes on to wherever, it is a chance for him."
Slusarski made just one substitute appearance for the club but did enjoy loan spells at Blackpool and Sheffield Wednesday.