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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Feb 15, 2012

Andrews wants to extent stay

Keith Andrews is already eyeing up a long-term future with West Brom following a dream debut in Sunday's thrashing of Wolves.

Andrews, who started his career with Wolves in 1999, playing in 72 matches over six years, netted the fourth goal in the 5-1 rout at Molineux that led to Mick McCarthy's sacking as manager on Monday.

Signed on a free transfer from Blackburn on the final day of last month's transfer window, it was the perfect start to life at The Hawthorns for the 31-year-old Republic of Ireland international.

However, with only a contract through to the end of this campaign, Andrews concedes he would like to make the move permanent.

"I would certainly be open to a longer deal,'' said Andrews. "I have come here to play for a head coach I want to play for and a club I believe is run well and has a good set of lads that I enjoy coming in and working with every day.

"I enjoy being part of the team, so I am certainly open to it and I'm sure if I keep going the way I am then the club will be as well. I was delighted just to get on and make my debut and I was delighted with the result.

"The score, and to win by that margin, was Roy of the Rovers stuff. It was a dream come true.''

Andrews, who came on as a half-time substitute for the injured Paul Scharner, has admitted he had no qualms about celebrating his 84th-minute goal despite his previous allegiance to Wolves.

"I wasn't reluctant at all, not in the slightest,'' said Andrews on the club's official website. "I don't feel I owe the club anything in particular. A few people have said to me since then that Robbie Keane didn't celebrate when he scored against Wolves for Villa.

"Well Robbie Keane didn't get booed every time he touched the ball or get pelters when he warmed up, so it's swings and roundabouts.''

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