Chris Brunt wants to stay at West Brom next season regardless of what division they are in.
The Baggies are currently in the Play-Off places in the Championship and are targeting an immediate promotion back to the Premier League.
Brunt has played 27 games in all competitions in this campaign but his contract runs out in June. He is currently in his 12th season at the Hawthorns.
The 34-year-old joined the club in 2007 from Sheffield Wednesday and has since racked up over 400 appearances, as well as scoring 47 goals.
Brunt has admitted he would like to stay at West Brom for another year, as per a report by the Express & Star: “I think so, unless somebody tells me otherwise. You never know, a new manager might come in and I might be out the door next week!
“That’s the reality of football, I’ve hung on for 12 years now! They’ll do well to get rid of me, I’ll go kicking and screaming out the door. But that’s down to whoever comes in. Of course I’d like to stay”
Brunt has said it is vital that the Baggies are promoted this season or otherwise players will leave in the summer: “Our budget is one of the highest in the league, it’s important we achieve promotion back to the Premier League”
“Things could be a lot different in the summer. The players we held onto may end up having to be sold, inevitably some of them will be sold to balance books”.