Skysports.com has learnt Jerome Thomas has signed a contract extension at West Brom.
The talented winger has proven a real success in the Midlands since joining the Baggies in the summer as a free agent.
Thomas, who has one year left on his existing contract, has penned a one-year extension with a further year option.
"I'm delighted to have finally agreed terms," he told skysports.com.
"Negotiations have taken a while but I'm pleased it's finally done. I'm looking forward to the coming season and although we have a difficult start I'm looking forward to playing in the Premiership again."
Thomas played a key role as West Brom won an immediate return to the Premier League as they finished as runners-up in the Championship.
Albion boss Roberto Di Matteo has wasted little time in securing the former Charlton man's long-term future, tying him down to a deal that will ward off potential suitors.
Thomas has plenty of experience in top flight football having previously starred for Charlton and Portsmouth and will be expected to be a leading light as West Brom look to establish themselves as a Premier League outfit.