Brendan Galloway is determined to win back his place in the West Brom line-up after not featuring for almost a month.

Galloway gears up for Albion fight

Galloway gears up for Albion fight

Galloway arrived at the Hawthorns on a season-long loan deal from Everton in August, but has lost his place in the Baggies' squad.

The 20-year-old hasn't been picked by Tony Pulis since September 17 and was left out of the matchday squad for games with Stoke City and Sunderland.

Galloway did get the full 90 minutes for England under-21s' against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Tuedsday after an injury to Southampton's Matt Targett.

And, after helping Aidy Boothroyd's men to a 5-0 win at Walsall, he says he is ready to fight for his place at Albion.

"I'm going to try and work my hardest to get back in the team because that’s where I want to be," said Galloway, who cannot be recalled from his loan.

"I want to be playing week in week out for West Brom."

"I'm working with a really good manager and a really good bunch of players so for my development, it’s perfect."