Simon Cox insists he would be only too happy to trigger a two-year extension to his current contract.
The 23-year-old forward joined West Brom in a £1.5million move from Reading last summer, penning a two-year deal.
During his first season at the Hawthorns he has helped the Baggies secure an immediate return to the Premier League, bagging 10 goals along the way.
Such impressive progress has helped to make him a firm fans' favourite and it is expected that West Brom will look to take advantage of a clause in his contract during pre-season which allows them to tie him down for a further two years.
"That's up to them, we'll see how it goes," Cox told the Birmingham Mail when pressed on his future.
"If they feel I warrant something, or if they want to take up one or two of those years, then we will sit and have a chat.
"I am settled up here now, I am very happy. It's a good club and I'd like to stay for a few more years at least."
Cox is also looking forward to having another shot at the Premier League, having been denied the opportunity to shine at that level during his time with Reading.
"I look back as I did not get a chance in the Premier League," he added.
"The manager at the time (Steve Coppell) had his favourite players and had the team he wanted to play on a regular basis and I didn't fit anywhere into that.
"I had to seek football elsewhere and if I hadn't then I probably wouldn't be a West Brom player now.
"So I am happy with the decisions I have made. I can have a proper go at the Premier League now."
Cox has also given some consideration to the possibility of earning international honours in the future, with his loyalties split between England and Republic of Ireland.
"My nan came from Galway, so I do have roots there," he said.
"When I was on a run and was scoring a few goals, I got a call from someone at the Irish FA to say that if I kept doing what I was doing they would have a look at me.
"When the next friendly came around I didn't get into the squad, but I'm not dwelling on that.
"If they pick me, they pick me, if they don't, then I just have to keep going and one day I just might get into one of them.
"Because I was born in England it would be an absolute dream to play for them but if Ireland came calling I'd seriously look at it. It's about which one comes first."