West Brom, Updated: April 26, 2016 2:15 PM
Tony Pulis will reportedly put pen-to-paper on a new contract to keep him at West Brom, possibly by the end of April.
The Baggies chief recently confirmed that he has spoken with Albion owner Jeremy Peace in an effort to get assurances over the future running of the club so he can build on the work he has done so far in ensuring they remain a Premier League outfit.
And it’s now been reported that Peace has been encouraged by their discussions and is keen to get the Welsh tactician tied down to a longer term deal so they can plot for next season in terms of bringing fresh faces to the Hawthorns.
There are also likely to be several of the current playing staff offloaded with England Under-21 hitman Saido Berahino poised to be given his wish to leave for pastures new as Tottenham are again favourites to sign him having failed to do so last summer.
Pulis will no doubt be handed the funds from his sale to rebuild the Albion squad to try and look towards a top-10 finish next term.