West Bromwich Albion have handed new deals to a raft of young players.

The Baggies extended the stays of Liam O'Neil, Kemar Roofe, Donervorn Daniels and Cameron Gayle as they revealed the fates of a host of youngsters.

Solihull-born England youth keeper Rose, 18, has been given a one-year deal with an option for a further season in the club's favour.

He will join international duo Ben Foster, Boaz Myhill and Luke Daniels in the Baggies' pool of professional glovemen and is likely to share duties in the club's under-21 side with highly-rated 16-year-old Alex Palmer.

Both have represented England at under-16 level.