West Brom have confirmed that Jimmy Shan will remain in place as caretaker head coach for the remainder of their Championship promotion push.
Shan took charge of the Baggies just over a month ago following the sacking of Darren Moore and has guided Albion to four wins out of six after taking the helm.
And his efforts have been rewarded by being handed the reins for the final four games of the Championship season and the play-off matches which are almost certain to follow.
Albion are currently in fourth place in the table and are nine points clear of seventh-placed Middlesbrough with just four games to play.
Technical director Luke Dowling told the club's official website: "Jimmy has fully earned this opportunity to take us through to the end of the campaign.
"He has earned the support and confidence of the players and he has the backing of everyone to push on now and take us forward with momentum.
"Jimmy has impressed everyone with the way he has tackled the challenge. He is confident in his abilities and he has convinced us all that our best prospects for promotion lie with him overseeing the first team."
Next up for the Baggies is a visit from Hull City on Friday, with the hosts priced at 5/6 to win the game and 15/2 to do so by a 2-1 scoreline, with a 1-1 draw available at 6/1.
The meeting of the two sides at the KCOM Stadium earlier this season finished 1-0 to the Tigers, with Fraizer Campbell scoring the only goal of the game.
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