West Brom secured a 1-0 friendly win over Indian side Delhi Dynamos on Saturday with a side featuring former Liverpool midfielder Momo Sissoko.
The 31-year-old is on trial at The Hawtorns and Tony Pulis seems impressed with him.
It is understood that Sissoko is due to train with West Brom again today while the club consider whether to make a contract offer.
The former Liverpool midfielder, 31, is without a club since departing Shanghai Shenua earlier this year and is hopeful of earning a deal in the Premier League.
The Malian international certainly isn’t short of top class experience – after a three-year spell at Anfield he left in 2008 for Juventus and consequently moved onto PSG.
After catching the eye against the Dynamos, albeit in the absence of boss Tony Pulis, Sissoko says he’ll speak to the Welshman about what the future holds – and admits he’d like to remain at Albion.
“I feel good. I was really happy to play for 60 minutes at The Hawthorns and I am confident I can do well here,” Sissoko told Sky Sports.
“It’s been a long time since I left England. I’ll be here with West Brom this week and we’ll see what happens after that.
“The manager has told me just to come and enjoy it and then we’ll sit down and talk about my future. But I’m really happy to back with a club in one of the best league’s in the world and I hope I can stay here.”