Phillips has penned a new contract that will see him remain at The Hawthorns until 2024, which would take his time with the Baggies up to eight years after joining from QPR for £5.5 million back in 2016.
Will West Brom be promoted next season?
Phillips was played as a winger last season in the Premier League, which saw him return two goals and one assist in 33 appearances for the Baggies, but his best form may come this season in the Championship, as his best season in front of goal was in the second tier when he netted eight goals during the 2015/16 season for Queens Park Rangers.
What have these West Brom fans been saying?
“LETS GOOOOOO! Great news, he’s a good player, let’s hope he can be consistent and fit”
“Really glad to see this. Very underappreciated player who I suspect will thrive this season”
“We’re winning the league”
“Lovelyyyy stuff Matty”
“Only MP we need”
The Baggies may feel like ensuring they have someone of Phillips’ ability and standard in the Championship will leave them in a great place to try and win promotion at the first time of asking.