Welcome back: Andy Hunt, Hunt, Hunt
ALBION fans, we have a very special guest at the Fanzone this Monday - former striker Andy Hunt.
The one-time Baggies hero, who spent five years at the club, has not been at The Hawthorns in an official capacity since his Charlton side played a fixture against Albion back in 2000.
Hunt, who now lives in Belize in Central America, is back in the UK for a short period and will be our special guest for the Barclays Premier League game against Everton.
He will be presented to supporters on the main stage of the Fanzone.
"I can't wait to go back," said Hunt.
"I'm really looking forward to going back, seeing The Hawthorns and meeting the fans.
"I spent five years - half of my career - at the Albion and have extremely fond memories of my time there."
Hunt joined Albion in 1993, scoring on his away debut, before netting three goals in a final seven-minute spell on his home debut against Brighton.
He went onto score 10 goals in 13 games, helping Ossie Ardiles' side to promotion via the play-offs.
Over the course of his Albion career, Hunt scored 85 goals in 240 Albion games, before his eventual move to Charlton Athletic in 1998. He retired during the 2000/1 season.