West Brom manager set for new deal
West Brom will reward Tony Pulis with an improved contract in the summer following a hugely successful season on the pitch, reports The Daily Telegraph.
Pulis only signed a 12-month extension with the Baggies in October but is set to hold talks with chairman John Williams at the end of the season as the club close in on their best ever points haul in the Premier League.
West Brom look set to secure a top-10 finish after beating Arsenal 3-1 on Saturday and now only need seven points from their remaining nine league matches to surpass their current best tally of 49 points set by Steve Clarke’s side in 2012/13.
There were murmurs of unrest among supporters at the start of the season but Pulis has really got West Brom moving forward and now the club are keen to secure his future with another contract extension.
Despite the stigma attached to Pulis and the way his sides play football, West Brom have actually scored more home goals in the Premier League (27) this season than both Manchester clubs and Arsenal this season, while only four sides have scored more in the division.
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