The Nigerian striker may be convinced to stay at the Hawthorns beyond the end of the 2012/13 season
Peter Odemwingie tried to force through a transfer to Queens Park Rangers on the last day of the January transfer window and after missing out on the deal, he made some uncomplimentary remarks concerning Baggies’ fans which landed him with a fine of two weeks wages.
Though Odemwingie still has 15 months left on his current contract, he has said often times that he could be on the move at the end of the season.
But West Brom manager, Steve Clarke has said that the Nigerian could be staying beyond the end of the current season as he said; “Yes, why not. Things happen and then life moves on,” Clarke told the Daily Mail.
“That's the world. It happens in life and in sport. There is a possibility, yes, and Peter [Odemwingie] is under contract for another year.
“It is not a conversation I've had with Peter. He is still trying to get back into the team,” Clarke added.
After his fine, Odemwingie has started two matches from the substitutes’ bench and he played against Chelsea last Saturday.
Clarke also said he does not know whether the Nigerian said all he said on Twitter in a moment of frustration.
“That's a question for Peter really. It is not one for me,” he concluded.