Grzegorz Krychowiak is unlikely to return to Paris Saint-Germain after revealing he felt deceived by head coach Unai Emery during his time there.
The Poland international joined West Bromwich Albion on loan from the Parisiens in August having struggled for game time in Ligue 1.
A former Bordeaux and Reims player, Krychowiak joined PSG from Sevilla for £28m in 2016. He had played under Emery for two seasons in La Liga and was surprised to have been limited to 19 appearances in all competitions in 2016/17.
He has played five times for the Baggies this season, and ahead of facing Leicester on Monday, Krychowiak said: "I spoke with the coach but every time when I spoke with him I felt deception. So for me I didn't understand why.
"The coach knows me very well. We spent two years together and before I signed the contract he told me to come to PSG and I didn't play.
"But this is football and for me the most important thing is the next season and the next games. For players the most important thing is to play and I didn't.
"So now I wanted to have the pleasure and play football. I don't know [if he will return to PSG]. In football everything is possible so we will see.
"I don't think about what I will do next season, I think what I will do the next game."