SAIDO Berahino is Albion’s most successful Academy graduate having played over 100 senior games for the club.
* He is currently contracted to the club until June 2017.
* Berahino has been with the Baggies since Under-12s level after leaving war-torn African nation Burundi with his mother, brother and sisters.
* They were granted political asylum in Newtown and he became the first player to be signed by the Baggies' then-Centre of Excellence from inner-city kids football team Phoenix United.
* Before the 2013/14 season, Berahino had managed just a single Capital One Cup substitute appearance for the club, having spent time on loan with Northampton Town, Brentford and Peterborough United.
* But the Academy graduate began to turn heads when he scored a first-half hat-trick on his full Albion debut to secure a 3-0 League Cup success at home to Newport at the start of 2013/14.
* He subsequently became an integral part of Albion’s first-team squad – scoring nine goals in 35 outings to finish as leading scorer and also collecting the club’s Young Player of the Season award.
* Berahino was named Albion's 2014/15 Players' Player of the Season by his team-mates after scoring 20 times in all competitions - becoming the first Baggies player to do so since 2007/08.
* With 10 goals, Berahino is the third highest England Under-21s scorer (behind Alan Shearer and Francis Jeffers, both on 13). His form for them and Albion led to a call-up for England's internationals against Slovenia and Scotland in November 2014.
* By the end of the 2015/16 season, Berahino had made more than 100 appearances for the Baggies, scoring over 35 goals for the club.