Polish midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak has backed caretaker manager Darren Moore to get the full-time job at West Brom.
Krychowiak played in the 2-0 defeat at Crystal Palace, which was his last game for the Baggies, following his loan spell from Paris Saint-Germain.
He made 31 appearances during his spell at the Hawthorns in what was a mixed stint on loan from the French giants.
Krychowiak posted a tweet expressing his thanks to the club and backed caretaker Moore, to become the manager.
It was my last game today I’d like to thank all supporteurs staff and players for this season even we failed to achieve the goal it was a pleasure and honor to play here. I wish Darren Moore to keep the job because he deserves it 1/2
— Grzegorz Krychowiak (@GrzegKrychowiak) May 13, 2018
It was my last game today. I’d like to thank all supporters staff and players for this season even we failed to achieve the goal it was a pleasure and honor to play here. Darren Moore to keep the job because he deserves it.
All the best and I hope you will come back to the premier league next season because here is your place. Come on you baggies.
West Brom’s relegation from the Premier League was confirmed last Tuesday after Southampton won 1-0 away at Swansea.
Under Moore, the Baggies had created a small glimpse of hope that they could beat the drop following an upturn in form.
Moore took over from Alan Pardew and revived the team which saw them win against Manchester United, Newcastle United, Tottenham and a draw against Liverpool.