JAMES Morrison has agreed a new contract at The Hawthorns.
Our longest-serving player has put pen to paper on an initial one-year deal with a further 12 months' option in his favour.
'Mozza', who joined the Baggies in August 2007, has already secured his place in Albion folklore, scoring 39 goals during his 11 years and 317 appearances for the Club.
And he will don the blue-and-white stripes for at least another year as Darren Moore's men embark upon their quest for promotion to the Premier League - a feat James achieved in his debut season with the Club.
The 32-year-old midfielder netted six goals in 44 appearances in 2007/08 as Albion won the Sky Bet Championship and reached the FA Cup semi-finals under then-head coach Tony Mowbray.
Another promotion followed in 2009/10 - beginning an eight-season stretch in the top flight.