As their Premier League season has ended, West Brom have already begun the task of finding a new manager that is willing to take on the challenge of gaining promotion from the Championship.

The Baggies ended the season in 20th place and they are wasting no time in trying to find a solution to their problems.

John Percy from the Telegraph reports that Mark Jenkins and Giliano Terraneo have flown over to China to discuss their plans of appointing a new manager with the club’s board.

The Baggies have a tough decision to make, deciding whether Darren Moore has done enough to keep his role as manager long term. If the board decide that they don’t think Moore is the man to lead them back to the Premier League, then Albion are set to approach Brentford’s Dean Smith.

Brentford finished in ninth place in the Championship this season, six points off the playoff places.

Moore was in charge of six matches for West Brom, winning three, drawing two and only losing one game, earning himself April’s Premier League Manager of the Month award.