Albion are keeping an eye out for potential new signings - despite the coronavirus shutdown.

Action has been halted almost around the world but there are still older matches to analyse and players to research.

Deputy chairman and chief executive Paul Barber said: “It’s business as usual. We are doing our best to work from home, all of us.

“Obviously we can’t travel, scouts and recruitment staff can’t travel, but in terms of the work – preparing for the next transfer window, whenever that may be, what shape or form it takes – we are still pushing forward.

“It would be wrong of us not to, because everyone, Graham and the players, are trying to do their job. I’m trying to do mine, the staff in the office are now trying to do that office work at home.

“There is no reason for the recruitment work to lessen.”