Odemwingie will only leave West Brom if asking price is met - Peace

The forward has struggled to re-establish himself after failing to force through a January move to QPR on transfer deadline day, but the club are still seeking a suitable offer
West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie will remain at the club unless they receive a suitable offer for him, chairman Jeremy Peace has confirmed.

The 31-year-old saw a January move to QPR fall through on transfer deadline day, and still has a year left on his current contract with the Baggies.

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And despite being linked with a move to newly-promoted duo Hull and Crystal Palace, Peace has revealed the club will keep Odemwingie for the remainder of his contract if they fail to receive a sufficient offer.

Peace told Birmingham Mail: "We have a player who is under contract until the end of the season.

"Unless something comes in to change our way of thinking he will be back in pre-season and we will deal with that.

"We took a view at the end of January - not only for the reasons of Peter Odemwingie, or QPR, or whichever agents were involved who acted disgracefully, but for the long term of this football club - that we have to behave a certain way.

"If we don't do that they will all be knocking on the door. Unless we get an offer we're happy with we won't sell him."