Former Leicester City star Danny Simpson is currently training with West Brom in a bid to secure a contract, according to a report which was published by The Sun.
The 32-year-old has been a free agent ever since his contract with the Foxes came to an end at the end of last season.
Simpson has been keeping himself fit by training with the Baggies U-23 side after Slaven Bilic gave him permission to train with them.
Simpson, who started his professional career back in 2006 with Manchester United, has vast Premier League experience, having turned out for the likes of Sunderland, Newcastle United, Queens Park Rangers and Leicester during his career.
The highlight of his career was no doubt his time with the Foxes between 2014-2019. All in all, he went on to make 113 Premier League appearances for Leicester City.
He was famously part of the Foxes squad that defied the odds and went on to win the Premier League title during the 2015/16 season.
He was a key part of Claudio Ranieri’s first-team during that campaign as he went on to make 30 league appearances.
Simpson was a first-team regular for the majority of his time at the King Power Stadium.
However, he slipped down the pecking order at the club during his last season as he made just nine appearances in all competitions and was subsequently deemed surplus to requirements during the summer.
Due to his Premier League experience, Simpson could possibly add value to West Brom on and off the field.