West Bromwich Albion confirmed the signing of Jed Wallace on a four-year deal from Millwall, bringing the 28-year-old to the Hawthorns on a free transfer.

Wallace was out of contract at the Den and had a lot of interest after scoring six goals with 12 assists from 37 Championship games this season, but West Brom won the race. So what can the Baggies expect from the talented wide-man?

Wallace guarantees double figures for goals and assists. The former England youth international had a hand in 13 league goals in 2017/18, 22 goals in 2019/20, 16 goals in 2020/21 and 18 goals in 2021/22.

He’s got a great eye for goal but often can’t resist letting fly from distance, having 66 shots in 38 Championship games with 33 being outside the penalty area – only six hit the back of the net (9%).

Wallace isn’t afraid to run at his opponents either, attempting 106 dribbles with a 38.6% success rate, so his decision-making could improve. His best attribute is distribution. He whipped in 301 crosses with 25% accuracy, so Daryl Dike should thrive on balls coming into the box.

Fans will get everything from Wallace next season – aimless long shots with the occasional screamer, constant running with the occasional solo dribble and dozens of balls into the box with the occasional assist.

In other news, Alan Nixon confirms West Brom interest in Hamza Choudhury