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A Settled Ben Will Bring Out The Best

Ben Foster has said that he feels at home at The Hawthorns, and finally being settled will mean we'll get the best years of his career.

Speaking to wba.co.uk today, Foster said his nomadic days are over and the fact he can now settle with his family at a club instead of constantly moving, will mean we should see another uplift in his form.

'This is my club and hopefully I'm going to settle in and have the best years of my career here. It's going to be strange to feel so settled. The decision to come here last season was a chance to stay in the Midlands, but working with Roy and Dean Kiely were big factors. As it turned out it couldn't have really gone much better.'

As for what being settled will mean to his wellbeing, he added.

'I've got to young kids who are going to go to school soon, fans don't always see that side of things, but that has a huge bearing on me because I'm family orientated, so it's very nice to be able to settle down.'

There can definitely be improvement to come from Foster, he's entering the best years of his career as a goalkeeper as experience is king in that position, so if being happy and content off the pitch can help him do that then everyone's a winner.

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Date:Saturday June 30 2012

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