West Bromwich Albion have offered striker Hal Robson-Kanu a new contract, according to The Mirror.
The Welsh forward moved from Reading to the Baggies on a free transfer over the summer, signing a two-year deal worth a reported†£50,000 a week.
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Tony Pulis is now reportedly looking to tie him down to a long-term future at the Hawthorns term as he looks to consolidate his squad ahead of the summer transfer window.
Despite only scoring two goals in 26 appearances and being given many starts, the manager is said to be†impressed with Robson-Kanuís work-rate and versatility on the field.
After finishing just six points above the relegation zone last season, West Brom have been the surprise package of the current Premier League campaign, sitting in eighth and aiming to finish in the top half of the table.
Now Pulis is looking to start getting players to commit their futures to the club as he aims to build a squad that can improve on their position next year and potentially challenge for a place in the top†six.