Grzegorz Krychowiak has thanked West Brom fans for their support during his loan stint at the club, while also giving his backing for Darren Moore to take over on a permanent basis.
The Poland international agreed a season-long loan switch from French champions Paris Saint-Germain last summer.
He endured a turbulent campaign at the Hawthorns with three different managers and he ultimately failed to have the desired impact.
Many felt his signing was a positive sign for the Baggies, however, he failed to score and laid on just three assists in 30 appearances as West Brom suffered relegation to the Championship.
Krychowiak had a public fall-out with Alan Pardew and he struggled to earn game-time under caretaker boss Moore.
But that hasn’t stopped him from lending his support to Moore who he feels should be handed the job on a long-term basis after he steadied the ship in the final stages of 2017-18.
Moore lost just one of his six games and oversaw victories against Manchester United and Tottenham, which saw him scoop the Premier League Manager of the Month award for April.
Krychowiak Tweeted: “It was my last game today I’d like to thank all supporters staff and players for this season.
“Even we failed to achieve the goal it was a pleasure and honor to play here.
“I wish Darren Moore to keep the job because he deserves it.
“All the best and I hope you will come back to the premier league next season because here is your place. Come on you baggies.”