Salomon Rondon continues to win over West Bromwich Albion fans with his displays this year despite our on-pitch struggles.
Having grabbed the assist against Swansea City when Jay Rodriguez put us in the lead in the second half before they equalised, Rondon has now either scored or assisted in four straight Premier League games for the first time since his arrival in the English top flight.
Always grateful for your support, Baggies.
Siempre agradecido por su apoyo, Baggies. pic.twitter.com/jVqASfjiOI
? Salomón Rondón (@salorondon23) April 7, 2018
He is however one of four players to reportedly have a relegation clause in his contract entitling him to move for a below market value fixed fee if we start next season in the Championship.
With 35 appearances to his name so far this season, the 28 year old has contributed nine goals so far this year to take his tally to 27 across all competitions following his arrival for a reported £12million back in August 2015.
Some fans are clearly antsy about the potential for losing him over the summer and the campaign to keep him at The Hawthorns has already begun.
Always grateful for your effort every game Sol! Forever giving 110%, love you man😭❤️
? NC22 Ⓥ (@NChxdli) April 7, 2018
Hope you stay with us.
? 💋LadyJ💋 (@this_80s_girl) April 8, 2018
Please please please stay. Don’t listen to greedy agents. They will always think of themselves not you!!!!
? Paul Santa Saunders (@SantaSaunders) April 7, 2018
Don`t leave 💙
? Ryan (@ryanwilko1312) April 7, 2018
Best player on the pitch, work ethic second to nobody
? Cam (@CamHall13) April 7, 2018
Rondon, you`ve always given your full effort and more! That`s all albion fans ask for is to passion, desire and commitment. You have all of those!
? James Moore (@hansworth254) April 7, 2018
You sir could become a legendary number 9 for our club to follow Astle and Regis. Give us another year you are key to our revival
? Neil Hoare (@hoare_neil) April 8, 2018
Those are simply a selection of Tweets hoping to convince him to stay if we suffer relegation this year.