Karlan Grant scored 18 goals with seven assists from 45 games this campaign while Callum Robinson bagged eight goals with nine assists from 44 games, so West Bromwich Albion have a prolific striker and left-sided forward for next season’s promotion push.

Steve Bruce doesn’t have a trustworthy right-sided equivalent, however, as Adam Reach (36 games, 2 goals, 2 assists), Grady Diangana (42 games, 2 goals, 1 assist) and Matt Phillips (29 games, 3 goals, 2 assists) only have seven goals and five assists between them.

The West Brom manager is eyeing Millwall’s Jed Wallace as a potential upgrade, so his arrival may raise uncertainty over the trio’s future. Wallace scored six goals with 12 assists from 38 Championship games this season, so he’s exactly what Bruce is looking for.

And the 28-year-old could soon be available on a free transfer as his deal is up in the coming weeks, so West Brom are sure to make a move as they’re in the market for bargain acquisitions. Wallace is an improvement on Bruce’s current options and wouldn’t break the bank, so it’s a no brainer.

Reach, Phillips and Diangana didn’t seize upon their opportunity to impress, so they might find a new signing ahead of them in the pecking order next season.

In other news, Adam Reach has underwhelmed for West Brom