Kamil Grosicki is ready and eager to start the new phase of his career with Albion following his transfer from Hull City on Friday morning.
The Baggies signed the 31-year-old Poland international to add further options to Head Coach Slaven Bilic’s plans for the closing chapter of his team’s Sky Bet Championship challenge.
Grosicki, who played against the Baggies in our 1-0 victory at Hull City earlier in the season, is the second recruit of the January transfer window following the arrival of Callum Robinson from Sheffield United earlier in the week.
“I’m very happy to have joined West Brom,” said Kamil after completing the formalities of his transfer for an undisclosed sum.
“Obviously the target here is promotion and I am ready to play for the team now. I am fit and ready.
“I missed a big chance against Albion in the game at Hull this season – I haven’t forgotten that! But that is football. It was a good game and I am joining a very good team.
“Now I am ready to work with the manager and the players to play my part. Slaven Bilic is not someone I have worked with in the past but I obviously know him and his record. I have spoken to him and he is a very good man.
“I am excited to get started and am looking forward to meeting the fans tomorrow. This is an exciting opportunity for me.”
Kamil has signed an 18-month contract and he will give Baggies fans extra interest at the Euros this summer where he is expected to play a key role for his nation. He started all but the last of his nation’s qualifiers which saw Poland top their group by six points ahead of Austria.