After a thrilling end to the season, West Brom Albion will be preparing for Premier League football next season under Slaven Bilic after gaining automatic promotion on the final day.

It went to the wire and was nerve biting throughout, but the Baggies’ boss has taken Albion back to football’s elite level in his first season with the club.

There were key moments throughout the season which were pivotal to Albion’s success this campaign, which saw them remain in the top two since October.

You think of Charlie Austin’s last gasp penalties in wins over Preston and Sheffield Wednesday as-well-as the brace he grabbed to get Albion all three points at Birmingham City when they were trailing, and of course, Sam Johnstone’s massive one-on-one save at Blackburn to grab the Baggies a crucial point.

After the heartache of the playoff defeat to Aston Villa, the Baggies have done brilliantly to bounce back and compete for promotion and everyone around the club deserves so much credit, particularly in the recruitment of the likes of Matheus Pereira, Grady Diangana, Semi Ajayi and Romaine Sawyers.

After a successful campaign, we’ve taken a look at the Albion players to rate their individual seasons.