Name: James Morrison
At the club since: 2007
James Morrison reigns as the Baggies’ current longest-serving player, despite joining West Bromwich Albion back in 2007 from Championship leaders Middlesbrough.
The 29-year-old; who is a product of Boro’s youth academy, has made over 270 first-team appearances for the Midlands outfit ever since sealing his switch from the Riverside Stadium back in August 2007 for an initial £1.5m, scoring 33 goals and providing 33 assists in the process.
Morrison, who has 41 international caps for Scotland, has found the back of the net four times in 19 appearances in all competitions for Tony Pulis’ men so far this season – although the central midfielder has been sidelined since January after rupturing his hamstring against Chelsea.
The Scottish star’s highlight of the 2015/16 campaign, so far, was netting his first two-goal haul of his professional career after scoring both of West Brom’s goals against defending league champions Chelsea at the Hawthorns back in August in a 3-2 defeat.
But he was denied a hat-trick after Blues goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois saved his spot-kick!