DARREN Moore hopes James Morrison will see out his career at The Hawthorns and insists there are still many miles left in the midfielder’s tank.
Albion’s longest-serving player has been in fine form in recent weeks - starting the Club’s last four fixtures, including wins over Leeds and Ipswich.
The 32-year-old has made 328 appearances for the Baggies, netting 39 goals, since joining from Middlesbrough in August 2007.
And Moore says there is still fire in Morrison’s belly as he pursues closure on “unfinished business”.
“I’m really pleased,” said Darren. I’ve known ‘Mozza’ for a long time, I knew he was capable of getting back to where he needed to get to.
“When Mozza’s back he’s a huge player and an effective player for us.
“I speak on behalf of the staff, players, and I imagine the supporters, it’s great to see Mozza back out there and enjoying his football.
“He’s got unfinished business here. He’s an intelligent footballer, he keeps the game moving for us, he sees the simple pass. Good players always seem to have time and space on the pitch and Mozza seems to have that.
“He loves the club, his family are settled in the area, and we want to see him finish his career at Albion, because there’s a lot of football in James Morrison yet. We’ve seen signs and glimpses of him coming back, if he can continue to stay fit, I’m sure there’s more to come.”