ALBION'S Chief Executive Mark Jenkins has assured supporters “no stone will be left unturned” in his efforts to put the Club back on course.
The Baggies are staring down the barrel of relegation after eight hard-fought and consecutive seasons in the Premier League and Mark was brought back to the Club in February to plan a revival of fortunes.
The latest changes saw experienced Italian sporting director Giuliano Terraneo step into the role of a Technical Consultant to help in the transition during Albion’s plans for a rebuild over the forthcoming close-season.
Mark has agreed that the former Fenerbahce director will take up the duties until September when it is hoped a long-term appointment will be confirmed.
But he said: “I want to assure our supporters that we’re leaving no stone unturned in our efforts to ensure we recover from this very disappointing campaign.
“We need to change the culture and the direction of the Club and we need to do it in a way which is sustainable for the long term.
“We welcome Giuliano who will bring fresh eyes and vision to the task of squad development and future recruitment.
“From my discussions with the owners already, I know there is a genuine desire to build a team with greater goal power and attacking threat which can capture the fans’ imagination.”