West Brom scout Steve Hopcroft admits he's rejected an approach from Manchester United.
The Baggies head of academy recruitment this week penned a new deal at The Hawthorns having rejected the Red Devils' advances.
“At the end of the day what ticks the boxes for me is to see players in the first-team," he told the Express & Star.
“To see Jonathan (Leko), Saido (Berahino) make their debuts, to see Kane (Wilson) on the pitch.
“To have known them when they were snotty-nosed kids with one sock up and one sock down, to know those families, there is nothing more rewarding.
“That is why I decided to stay. I want to see the next ten, the next 20 players come through."
He went on: “There are two-and-half million people in this region. If Wales can produce Ryan Giggs, Gary Speed and Gareth Bale I am sure we have some world class players around here. We just have to find them and then put them in a world class environment. We have got that here, no doubt about it."