Darren Moore has revealed West Brom will make a decision on whether the club will sign Russell Martin and Wes Hoolahan next week.

The Baggies had invited the ex-Norwich City duo to train with them, with the view of signing them to permanent deals after a probationary period in the Midlands.

Hoolahan joined Norwich in 2008, and the 36-year-old made 323 appearances for the Canaries in a memorable ten years at the club, endearing himself to the fans in the process.

Martin was recently released by the East Anglians, after an eight year stint at Carrow Road that saw him rack up 278 appearances and be named the club captain.

The pair also carry a considerable amount of international pedigree, with Martin having received 29 Scotland caps to Hoolahan’s 43 for Ireland.

West Brom could add a wealth of experience and talent to their squad with the signing of Hoolahan and Martin, but it remains to be seen if the veterans’ bodies can hold up against the physical demands of Championship football.