Defender, 21, arrived at The Hawthorns last summer
ALBION have agreed to allow Brendan Galloway to join his parent club Everton’s quest for the Premier League 2 title.
The Baggies have cleared the way for the England Under-21 international to assist the Toffees’ Under-23 team as they close in on their age-group championship.
Galloway, who signed on a season-long loan at the start of the current campaign, played for Everton U23s on Monday night in a 4-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur, which left them requiring two points from their final two games to clinch the title.
So far this season the 21-year-old has been restricted to four first-team appearances at The Hawthorns.
Head Coach Tony Pulis explained: “We are allowing Brendan to play in three very, very important games for their 23s.
“He’s an absolute pleasure to work with and we enjoy having him with us and working with him.
“Of course he would have wanted to play more but he has found it very difficult in competition with Allan Nyom and Chris Brunt performing so well there.
“He is top lad with a great career ahead of him.”