Kyle Edwards is due to leave West Bromwich Albion when his contract expires at the end of June, but he’s wasted no time putting himself in the shop window.

The 23-year-old posted a picture on his Instagram stories of him training with PPA Academy to ensure he’s in the best condition when he becomes a free agent.

Edwards rose through the youth ranks to West Brom’s first-team in 2018/19 and has gone on to make 49 appearances in all competition, scoring four goals with five assists.

The wide-man only featured five times in the Premier League last season and wasn’t deemed worth retaining beyond his contract this summer, so he’ll be on the hunt for a new club in the coming weeks.

Edwards has more Championship experience than in the top-flight, so he’ll be aiming for a Football League outfit when unattached, but it remains to be seen where he’ll go.

PPA academy describe themselves as a player development camp based in Birmingham that do 1 on 1 training, 2 on 1 training, 3 on 1 training and small group training.

It’s good Edwards is working hard on staying sharp during the summer, so he should be an attractive proposition for a number of clubs.

In other news, this is the last time a West Brom player represented England