Jack Fitzwater Hoping to Avoid West Brom Recall

With the January Transfer Window opening in just over a week's time, Walsall's on-loan West Brom defender Jack Fitzwater has spoken to the local press and expressed his desire to remain with the Saddlers for the remainder of the season, despite his parent club having a recall clause which is open to activation next month.
Jack, who has made twenty-two first-team appearances since joining the club on a season-long loan in the summer, insisted that he is loving his second spell at Banks's Stadium, and hopes his stay will continue until the end of the campaign.

However, the 21-year-old, who has also enjoyed loan spells with Chesterfield, Hednesford Town, and Forest Green Rovers during his professional career, admitted that the decision whether or not he returns to the Hawthorns is out of his hands, with Baggies boss Darren Moore likely to be the one to decide.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Jack said; "My loan is through until the end of the season. There is a call-back in January, whether Albion will take that up , I’m not sure. But I’m enjoying my time here. I am loving it.

"I just want to keep playing games. I’m at the age now where it’s vital I get that experience. The decision is out of my hands. It’s Albion’s decision. But all I can do is train right, concentrate on playing for Walsall and continue to be a good pro."
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