West Brom are reportedly considering a move to re-appoint Tony Mowbray as the club’s new first-team manager ahead of next season.

The Baggies are making plans for next season, with relegation looming large after a poor campaign in the Premier League so far. West Brom are not yet officially heading down, but the odds are certainly stacked against them.

Darren Moore has been in caretaker charge of the club and has coped well since taking the reins after Alan Pardew’s dismissal. However, it seems the Baggies are still on the lookout for a permanent fix and according to the Mirror, they are pondering a swoop for Mowbray.

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The 54-year-old is currently enjoying a good season in charge of Blackburn Rovers, with the club poised to secure promotion back to the Championship.

However, West Brom appear to be keen to re-appoint Mowbray in a bid to get the fans back on side, with the manager having been in charge of the club between 2006 and 2009.

The Mirror cite Derek McInnes as a potential option for West Brom but he has often reaffirmed his commitment to Scottish Premiership outfit Aberdeen.