In an exclusive interview with This Is Futbol, Steve Bull, who made 561 appearances for Wolves, has revealed that he thinks West Brom will stick with Sam Allardyce next season no matter what league they are in.
The Baggies find themselves in a precarious position sitting 19th in the Premier League with just eight games left to play, however their successive wins against Chelsea and Southampton have given them a glimmer of hope that they could still survive.
Will Allardyce stay at West Brom?
It has been reported that Allardyce has a break clause in his contract which allows him to walk away at the end of the season if the Baggies end up getting relegated.
Speaking on whether or not West Brom should stick with their current manager and if Allardyce would be able to do a good job in the Championship, Bull told This Is Futbol:
“Who knows if Big Sam is going to stay there but I think they’ll keep him next season.
“I hope he does stop because I think in the Championship he’d do absolutely superbly.”
Sam Allardyce took over from Slaven Bilic last year who was sacked after the Baggies managed to earn a point away to Manchester City.
The former England manager has never been relegated during his managerial career and has kept a number of teams up including Sunderland, Crystal Palace and Blackburn.