West Brom currently find themselves in their worst run of form since the beginning of the season. They are winless in five and their inability to hold on to victories against struggling sides Charlton and Barnsley has created an anxious atmosphere amongst supporters. It is perhaps no surprise that this run of poor form has coincided with the untimely injury of Grady Diangana who has been absent in their last five matches.

His injury has given West Brom an insight as to what life without the mercurial winger would look like should West Ham activate the clause to recall him by the end of the month. When Harvey Barnes returned to Leicester last January, promotion slipped from the Baggies’ grasp, in part due to Albion never really replacing his presence. In order to ensure promotion this year, Bilic will hope Moyes doesn’t recall his young winger – something Bilic has admitted he is doing everything he can to keep him. But if the worst should happen, who may be coming through the door at The Hawthorns as Grady’s successor?