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Albion sign Scottish international
Albion have added attacking width to their injury-hit squad by landing Craig Conway on a 93-day loan from Premier League newcomers Cardiff City.
The 5ft 9ins Scottish international winger could make his debut in Sunday's trip to Reading, subject to international clearance from the Welsh FA.
Conway, 28, will be available for Albion's next 15 games in the Championship up to and including the visit to Middlesbrough on December 14.
Head coach Oscar Garcia said: "We were keen to bring extra options, and with Andrea (Orlandi) now ruled out for a longer period than we initially expected, another wide player became a priority.
"Craig is very experienced at this level and knows what it takes to be successful in the Championship. He can play on either wing, or up front as a second striker; he also has international experience and is a player who will improve our squad."
Conway joined Cardiff on a free transfer in 2011 after spells in Scotland with Ayr United and Dundee United.
He handed in a transfer request in November 2012, but withdrew it a month later.
Conway ended up making 27 Championship appearances for the Welshmen last term, including the goal at Burnley in April which clinched the title.
Conway came on as a second half substitute in Scotland's 3-2 defeat by England at Wembley last month.
His only other appearance this season was also as a substitute in Cardiff's Capital One Cup victory at Accrington Stanley.
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