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West Bromwich Albion FC Player Profiles

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UPDATED 12:38 18th July 2012

BOAZ Myhill has emerged as a valuable member to Albion's Barclays Premier League campaigns since joining the club in 2010.

* He is contracted to Albion until summer 2016.

* Myhill joined Albion from Hull City in the August following the Club's promotion back to the top flight in 2010, making his debut in a 2-0 Carling Cup win at Leyton Orient. 

* Bent Foster's arrival on a season-long loan from Birmingham in summer 2011 saw Myhill move in the opposite direction on a season-long loan to City, where he played 46 games, including four Europa League matches.

* Born in the United States to an American father and Llangollen-born mother, Boaz - full name Glyn Oliver Myhill - has lived in the UK since the age of one. He opted to represent Wales in 2008 - winning 20 caps - having played for England at youth levels.

* Myhill started his career at Aston Villa but made his League debut while on loan at Bradford in November 2002, after brief non-appearance loan spells with Stoke and Bristol City.

* Further loan spells with Macclesfield and Stockport at the start of 2003/04 followed before he left Villa permanently, without making a senior appearance, joining Third Division Hull in a £50,000 deal in December 2003.

* He was named Tigers' Player-of-The-Year in 2005/06 and featured in FourFourTwo magazine's list of the top 50 Football League players.

* In total, Myhill made 277 appearances for Hull and had made 298 career appearances before joining the Baggies.

* He made 17 appearances for Albion in 2014/15, replacing long-term absentee Ben Foster.

* By the end of 2014/15, Myhill had made 53 appearances - one as a substitute - for Albion in all competitions.