West Brom boss Tony Pulis insists Brendan Galloway has a 鈥済reat career ahead of him鈥?after sending him back to Everton early.
Galloway signed up to a season-long loan at the Hawthorns but made just five appearances for the Baggies.
West Brom have this week sanctioned the defender鈥檚 early return so that he can play in the Blues under-23s鈥?final three games.
Galloway played the full 90 minutes at Goodison on Monday night at Spurs but will not be able to play for the first-team.
Pulis said: 鈥淲e are allowing Brendan to play in three very, very important games for their 23s.
鈥淗e鈥檚 an absolute pleasure to work with and we enjoy having him with us and working with him.
鈥淥f course he would have wanted to play more but he has found it very difficult in competition with Allan Nyom and Chris Brunt performing so well there.
鈥淗e is top lad with a great career ahead of him.?/p>