KEMAR Roofe was rewarded for his progress by agreeing a new one-year contract, plus a further year's option in the club's favour, in May 2014.
The Academy product benefitted from a seven-game 28-day youth loan at Northampton Town in October 2012.
He also enjoyed a successful nine-game spell at Cheltenham in November 2013, scoring his first-ever league goal.
The attacking and creative winger has been named in Albion first-team matchday squads - but is yet to feature as a substitute.
Then-head coach Roy Hodgson selected Roofe for trips to Bournemouth and Manchester City during the 2011/12 campaign – before featuring in Steve Clarke’s squad for the visit of Newcastle the following season.
Walsall-born Roofe overcame a serious hernia-related injury sustained during the 2009/10 campaign.
He fired a stunning hat-trick in pre-season 2011 to secure a 3-2 win at Kidderminster Harriers and has been a regular for Baggies Under 21s ever since.
(LAST UPDATED JUNE 3, 2014)