West Brom will be hoping to bounce back to the Premier League this coming season as new manage Darren Moore settles in for his first full term in charge.
The Baggies, who finally succumbed to top flight relegation last term after a shocking season, will be looking to the summer transfer window to make some solid additions to get them among the chasing pack in the Championship hoping for a top two spot.
A squad which is already, on paper, talented enough to win promotion will no doubt need some freshening up, and we at FLW think there are a few players out there who the club could target.
One such player is Hull City and Poland winger Kamil Grosicki, who is valued at a cool £6.3m by Transfermarkt.
The 30-year-old was a regular for the Tigers last term, and was impressive in his showings in the main, notching nine goals and adding a further seven assists to deliver an impressive haul despite a poor season for the club in general.
Grosicki has over 50 caps for Poland, and is a class act on his day at Championship level.
If West Brom are serious about making an immediate return back to the top flight, then signing players like Grosicki should be a priority for the club and manager Moore.
Quick, tricky, and capable of delivering in front of goal, the Polish star would be a superb addition for the Baggies if they can complete a deal.