West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace is looking to bring a new technical director into the club to improve how Albion conduct their transfer business.

As reported by John Percy of The Telegraph, Peace believes that West Brom have not had the same success in the transfer market since Dan Ashworth left the club in 2013 to take up a role with the Football Association and he wants to bring in a replacement to help head coach Tony Pulis.

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Pulis will still be heavily involved in the recruitment of players if he’s still at the club next season, but Peace believes that adding a technical director to the infrastructure of the club will lead to them making better decisions in the transfer market.

According to the report, West Brom want to make the appointment as soon as possible so the new recruit can begin work on any potential transfers ahead of the summer.