English Championship club West Brom have have made a decision on the future of Nigerian midfielder Yusuff Ojebode.
West Brom said in a statement on their official website that it has extended the contracts of Ojebode and eleven other players, meaning they are all expected to report for pre-season training.
Ojebode struggled with injuries during the 2018-2019 campaign but still managed to make five appearances for West Brom in the U18 Premier League, logging 173 minutes.
The Baggies blocked the versatile winger from making his international debut for Nigeria at the 2018 WAFU U20 Nations Cup in Lome, Togo because he had just returned from a long-term injury.
He was omitted from the Flying Eagles provisional roster for the 2019 U20 World Cup in Poland.
Meanwhile, Tosin Adarabioyo, who helped West Brom qualify for the Championship playoffs, has returned to his parent club Manchester City.
The center back featured in 36 games in all competitions and had two assists to his name.