West Bromwich Albion manager Darren Moore could be set for an new and improved deal following an impressive first campaign in charge at The Hawthorns according to reports by The Mirror.
The Baggies were relegated from the English Premier League last season but former fans’ favourite Moore has rejuvenated the squad this term with West Bromwich Albion competing strongly for an immediate return to the top fight.
Former Albion defender Moore was appointed caretaker manager following former boss Alan Pardew’s sacking in April and despite the club being unable to stave off the threat of relegation last term, he was given the job on a permanent basis last summer.
With 16 games of the current campaign left to play, West Bromwich Albion currently occupy fourth place in the Sky Bet Championship table and have 50 points on the board. The Baggies look to be serious contenders for promotion and it is believed that the Albion board are ready to reward manager Moore with a new deal.
Moore has an overall win rate of 48.8% as West Bromwich Albion boss, that’s the best win rate for an Albion manager in charge for more than 10 games since Ossie Ardiles’ reign in the 1992/1993 season which ended in promotion from the old Division Two.
The current Albion manager is a popular figure with the club’s fans and he thoroughly deserves to be rewarded for his work in turning around The Baggies’ fortunes this season.