West Bromwich Albion midfielder Morgan Amalfitano has revealed that he would consider extending his stay in the Midlands beyond this season.
The French international is currently on a season-long loan from Marseille and has made a significant impact on Steve Clarke’s side since joining on transfer deadline day.
The two clubs agreed a loan deal with a view to a permanent transfer, and Amalfitano himself has hinted that he would be willing to sign on a permanent basis with West Brom.
“The most important thing is to do well here and feel good, which is the case,” said Amalfitano. ”Later on, when the time comes, why not stay? It is a very good collective so it is a good, strong team.
“I have been thinking about the Premier League for a few years and now I am very happy it is happening. Now I really want to think about my career and carry on in the best way.”
Amalfitano has played a key role in West Brom’s recent good form, helping them to wins over Manchester United and Sunderland in recent weeks.
The Frenchman’s late runs into the penalty area have been a highlight of his good form, with both of his goals coming from the right hand side of the pitch.