Grady Diangana is delighted his immediate future has been resolved following confirmation he will be staying with Albion until the end of the season.
Albion and West Ham United, Grady’s parent club, reached an agreement on Friday to ensure the England Under-21 star will see the season through at The Hawthorns.
Grady’s first focus will be to complete his recovery from the hamstring injury which ended his comeback start against Stoke after just three minutes.
But Head Coach Slaven Bilic says Grady, a huge hit with Albion fans since arriving in the summer, will be fit to feature in the “crucial” phase of the season.
‘I’m delighted the uncertainty has been resolved and I can now focus on my football again,” said Grady.
“It was so disappointing to suffer the injury problem last week but I’m hopeful that we have got to the bottom of it and I can complete a successful rehab and recovery.
“I want to see the job through and play my part in what we are trying to achieve. It’s been an exciting season for me and I have loved being here. Now I just want to get fit and playing again.”
Grady’s exciting wing play has wowed the fans who have seen him score five goals and complete five assists in 21 appearances to date.