YOUSSOUF Mulumbu has been a key player during Albion's run of four successive seasons in the Barclays Premier League.
The fan-favourite was rewarded with a new-and-improved deal in July 2013, which commits him to the club until 2016.
He signed a two-year contract, plus a further year’s option in the club’s favour.
The DR Congo international proved to be a revelation during the 2010/11 top-flight campaign, finishing as Albion's seven-goal second-top scorer.
Mulumbu's energetic displays in the middle of the park also saw him collect the two top awards at the club's 2010/11 End of Season Gala Dinner as he was voted Player of the Season by the players and fans.
He further enhanced his reputation as a firm fans' favourite in April 2011 by scoring a last-gasp winner to end Albion's 26-year wait for a victory over derby rivals Villa.
The Baggies wrapped up a permanent £175,000 deal for the Paris Saint-Germain defensive midfielder in the summer of 2009.
He initially joined the Baggies on loan the previous January.
The DR Congo ace scored three memorable goals in wins over Ipswich, Reading and Middlesbrough and was even honoured with his own terrace chant that ends: 'He comes from Africa. He's better than Kaka!'
Mulumbu's first term at The Hawthorns was interrupted by injuries and he had to wait until April to make his Barclays Premier League debut, coming on as a sub in a 2-2 draw at Portsmouth.
But he shone in a 68-minute display on his full Albion debut the following month, albeit in a harsh 1-0 defeat at Tottenham.
Mulumbu, who was capped once by France Under-21s, had made seven senior international appearances for the Democratic Republic of Congo before arriving at The Hawthorns.
He joined PSG in 2004 and signed his first professional contract in November 2006.
Mulumbu helped PSG reach the UEFA Cup's last 16 in 2007 before they were knocked out by Benfica, losing 5-2 on aggregate.
He spent the 2007/08 season on loan at Ligue Two outfit Amiens, notching once in 23 appearances.
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