Goran Popov wants permanent West Bromich Albion move

Steve Clarke
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West Brom signing Goran Popov wants to stay at the Hawthorns beyond this summer after joining on a one-year loan from Dynamo Kiev.

New West Bromwich Albion signing Goran Popov is hopeful of turning his loan move to The Hawthorns into a permanent switch.

Popov joined the Baggies from Dynamo Kiev on a temporary one-year deal in the final hours of the transfer window.

The Macedonian left-back has expressed his delight at signing for West Brom and is aiming to impress manager Steve Clarke enough to earn a future with the club beyond next summer.

"I know that West Bromwich wanted me two or three years ago when I was playing in Holland," he told the Birmingham Post.

"When I heard they wanted me a second time I said 'this is a good chance for me to show what I can do' - I'm so happy to sign for West Bromwich.

"I hope after this one year I will sign for two or three more," added Popov.

Popov has been capped 41 caps at international level.

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