West Brom midfielder Keith Andrews is expecting to hold talks over signing a long-term deal before the end of the season.
Republic of Ireland international Andrews signed a six-month contract after joining West Brom from English Premier League rivals Blackburn Rovers in January.
The 31-year-old said he is keen to extend his stay at The Hawthorns after netting in each his first two appearances, a 5-1 thrashing of local rivals Wolverhampton Wanders, and Saturday’s 4-0 win over Sunderland.
“I’d love to stay here. I’m sure there’ll be conversations over the next few months,” Andrews told The Sun.
“There’s a real togetherness around this place.”
Andrews has also been quick to praise fellow West Brom midfielders James Morrison and Youssouf Mulumbu.
“It’s a joy to come in and play with the lads,” Andrews told the club’s official website.
“The three in midfield has been working very well and, if anything, we look more attacking the way we are setting up at the moment.”
“Mozza (Morrison) scored on Saturday and myself, and we are getting forward at the right times.”
“But at the same time we’ve got Youssouf mopping up behind us and one of us sitting a bit.”
“Mozza has been fantastic, he is a bundle of energy. I find it very easy to play with him.”