West Brom manager Darren Moore says that he will speak to Wes Hoolahan's agent this week. The former Ireland international's contract at the club is due to expire this month.
Hoolahan, who joined West Brom in September on a short-term deal, has made just seven appearances this season. However, he seriously impressed when starting just his second game for the club in the weekend's FA Cup win against Wigan.
"We saw Wes's intelligence and touch, his ability to be a nuisance in those pockets of space and getting the team moving from back to front," Moore told the Express and Star.
The only thing is he blew up about 70 minutes, but his contribution was absolutely first class.
I know we’ve passed the halfway mark in the league programme but for me, this week gives me an opportunity to lift my head and look at the season so far.
I’ll be looking at Wes’s contract situation.
West Brom are currently fourth in the Championship, five points behind leaders Leeds.
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