West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Pardew has stressed that he will not walk-away from the Baggies job, irrespective of their recent run of results. The former Crystal Palace boss has managed to guide the club to just one victory since his arrival in November, and this sees the club seven points adrift of safety with 10 games remaining.

Speaking ahead of the Watford game, Pardew hinted that he could stay on with the Baggies irrespective of their potential relegation to the Championship, he said:“If you think I’m going to walk away, with my experience, with a team that isn’t functioning well, then you’re wrong.” Meanwhile, the 56-year-old was not pleased with the media leaking information about a bust-up between him and Chris Brunt.

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