West Brom have been linked with a whole host of names since the closure of the summer transfer window.
Albion remain short of a prolific goal-scorer, they’ve managed only 16 goals in their opening 22 games.
While there remain question marks as to how much room for manoeuvre manager Alan Pardew will have in January, with Financial Fair Play hanging over a number of clubs’ business, that hasn’t stopped players being linked with winter moves to The Hawthorns.
Here, we take a look at every single player that’s been tipped for a move to the Baggies in the forthcoming window.
Any names that take your fancy?
Albion are one of a host of Premier League clubs who are interested in signing Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda.
Bournemouth, Watford and Newcastle are said to be aware that the midfielder is being allowed to leave on loan this month.
Musonda, 21, spent last season on loan at La Liga side Real Betis.
Crystal Palace midfielder James McArthur is set to sign a new contract at the club to ward off interest from West Brom, Watford and Burnley in the January window.
Scottish international McArthur, 30, has been at Selhurst Park since the summer of 2014.
Though he was signed by Neil Warnock, he played more prominently for current Albion manager Alan Pardew.
Despite supposed interest in McArthur, the midfielder looks set to remain with the Eagles and pen a new deal.
Andre-Franck Zambo Anguissa
The Cameroonian is said to be the interest to Albion before the window closes.
Anguissa has been a regular for Ligue 1 side Marseille this season and is also a fixture for his national team.
Reports in Africa even reckon the Baggies have made a bid of £16.5m.
Having failed a medical before joining Albion in the summer of 2016, Sakho has been linked again with a move to The Hawthorns.
With Crystal Palace in pole position to sign the wantaway West Ham forward, the Bleacher Report say that Albion and Newcastle have joined the race late in the day, as the trio of struggling clubs look for a goal-scorer for the second half of the season.
The Hammers will also listen to offers for Javier Hernandez this month, too.
The club have been tipped to sign the Watford captain this month.
The Baggies have been installed as red-hot favourites to land the Brummie striker during the window.
Alan Pardew is known to want more firepower and Deeney, 29, was a long-time target of former Albion boss Tony Pulis.
Deeney’s future at Watford has been the subject of speculation with the Hornets captain failing to hold down a regular spot within boss Marco Silva’s starting eleven this season.
The Baggies are said to be in the running to sign Oumar Niasse, with Everton ready to sell the striker in January.
Albion are one of a host of Premier League clubs, along with Crystal Palace and Brighton, to be linked with a £13m move for the Senegal international this month
Niasse has largely struggled for goals in English football but has delivered a number of eye-catching performances this term.
The Guardian claims all three clubs are prepared to meet the asking price for the former Lokomotiv Moscow man.
Baggies have been connected with a move for Glen Johnson, who is said to be trying to negotiate a release from his contract with Stoke.
The Daily Mail claims the former England and Liverpool right back might interest Albion, as well as Leicester City.
Johnson has played just four times this season - and not at all since October.
Currently on loan from Manchester United to Aston Villa the goalkeeper is claimed to have told friends he will be joining the Baggies.
The Express made the claim on January 2 but there's been no development - and certainly Villa will want to do all they can to retain the goalkeeper.
It is said Albion 's bid of £4m means United have activated the recall clause in the loan agreement.
The Liverpool attacker isn’t short of interest ahead of January.
Ings, whose time at Anfield has been ravaged by injury, is being allowed to leave on loan to get back up to speed with Premier League football.
Still only 25, prior to a couple of cameos in December Ings’ last top start outing was AGAINST Albion, on the final day of the 2015-16 season.
He scored 11 times for Burnley in his last full season.
West Ham and Newcastle are also said to been keen.
Albion could be in the market for a new centre-half if Jonny Evans leaves the club, as expected.
Burnley's Ben Mee has been linked, but would he really want to leave the club when they're flying so high in the table?
Atalanta hot-shot Boayke only signed a permanent contract with Red Star Belgrade in the summer, but has mightily impressed in the time since.
The Ghanaian international has scored 17 goals for club and country in the first six months of the Serbian season, including eight in the space of three league games.
There were reports that Albion were watching him as Red Star took on Cologne in a 0-0 Europa League draw, though the Daily Mail say that Everton are keeping an eye on Boayke too. In the last few days there have been claims Chelsea are also interested.
Barnsley right-back Yiadom was thought to be interesting then boss Tony Pulis.
Rated at £2.5m, Yiadom has impressed during his time at Oakwell and has been tipped for the step up to the Premier League.
Last month, our colleagues at the Mirror reported that Albion sporting and technical director Nicky Hammond was in attendance for the Tykes’ win over Burton to run the rule over Yiadom.
Craig Dawson recently returned to the starting line up but Allan Nyom has played plenty of right-back.
Josef de Souza
A target in the summer, before Grzegorz Krychowiak became available, Albion had been tipped to return for Fenerbahce midfielder de Souza again in January.
There have been mixed reports since the closure of the window as to how interested Albion actually are, though, and a change in management at The Hawthorns has likely ended the pursuit.
Newcastle, West Brom and West Ham were all credited with an interest in the impressive Bakambu via reports in Spain last month.
As of the beginning of December, Bakambu had fired 14 goals for Villarreal; he’d also notched a couple for his native DR Congo.
Formerly of Bursaspor and Sochaux, the 26-year-old attacker is well travelled - and is on the verge of signing for Chinese Super League side Beijing Guoan for £35m!
Albion and Newcastle were said to be interested in Wolves sweeper Conor Coady in October.
Coady has played a prominent role in Wanderers’ success in the Championship this season after taking to the new role handed to him by Nuno Espirito Santo.
The Liverpool academy product, 24, has recently signed a new contract and is thought to be valued at £7m.
West Bromwich Albion are among a trio of Premier League clubs tracking Norwich City youngster Ben Godfrey.
The 19-year-old has caught the eye during an impressive loan stint with League One promotion chasers Shrewsbury Town.
Albion, Southampton and Swansea City were all keeping a keen eye on his performances with a view to a potential swoop in January, reported Sky Sports News.
He's recently extended his loan at the New Meadaow - so that seems that.
Hooper rediscovered his scoring touch earlier this season - scoring just six times last term, he has eleven this but none since early December.
That’s form that has seemingly caught the eye of a number of top flight clubs, namely Albion, Crystal Palace and Brighton.
The Sun reckoned the Scottish international could be in line for a Premier League move, with Sheffield Wednesday’s promotion hopes already in serious jeopardy.
He was injured on Boxing Day too which won't have helped.
Afobe was also interesting former boss Pulis.
Albion and ex-club Wolves were linked with a January move for Afobe in September.
The striker had plenty of competition at current club Bournemouth, particularly after the arrival of Jermain Defoe and the return from injury of Callum Wilson.
However, the injury to Defoe appears to have given Afobe a new opportunity under Eddie Howe and he played in every game over the Christmas period and started against Brighton.
Released by Manchester City in the summer, right-back Sagna remains without a club.
Now 34, Sagna has been playing in the Premier League for the last ten years and has made more than 250 league appearances for Arsenal and City in that time.
Sagna played in every game for France as they lost in the final of Euro 2016, but he’s relaxed about his future while keeping himself fit for potential suitors.
He told the Express in November: “I’m not thinking about it [not having a club].
“I’m trying to stay fit. I think I’m quite fit.
“Unfortunately I didn’t find an option I would like, that’s why I’m still here [in this position].
“I’m looking forward, for December [ahead of January transfer window].”
Well that's been and gone but he remains an option.
Iker Casillas was claimed to be trying to force a move to England and his representatives had contacted West Brom, according to The Mirror last month.
Casillas hasn’t played for the Portuguese side since October and is eyeing a move in the January transfer window.
Porto won’t ask for a transfer fee in order to get him off the books but MLS sides are circling now.
Aleksandar Mitrovic, the Newcastle United striker who has recently been linked with a move to West Bromwich Albion, has told the club that he wishes to leave in the January transfer window in order to source more regular first-team football.
The Serbian international, who has made six appearances in the Premier League for the Magpies this season but has started none of them, says he is sick of waiting for an opportunity under Rafael Benitez that doesn’t appear to be on the horizon any time soon and hopes to secure a move to revitalise his career.
Could Mitrovic be an option?
West Brom have been linked with a move for Algerian international forward Islam Slimani.
Slimani was on Albion’s radar in the summer of 2016 as they looked to add to their forward line, but the towering forward would go on to sign for then English champions Leicester.
He’s still at the King Power Stadium now, and at one stage it appeared that his days with the Foxes were numbered; the club’s record signing, thought to cost around £30m, slipped behind the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho, Leonardo Ulloa and Shinji Okazaki in Claude Puel’s pecking order.
However, he returned to the first team over the festive period and scored his first Premier League goal in the win over Huddersfield on New Year's Day.
It remains to be seen whether that was an exception or the rule with Newcastle and Besiktas said to be interested.
West Brom reportedly made a €15m bid for Rodrigo Battaglia.
Sport Witness cite Portuguese newspaper A Bola in suggesting the midfielder’s club Sporting have rejected the offer - but would consider a higher one.
The 26-year-old is understood to have a contract with Sporting until 2022 with a termination clause of €60m.
But it is claimed Sporting would accept €25m for the Argentine.
He joined Sporting from Braga in July 2017, having also spent time at Vélez Sarsfield and Racing Club in his homeland.
West Ham are also said to be tracking him, with defensive midfielder not exactly an area of need for Pardew.