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Clarke Hoping Start Will Sway Olsson

Steve Clarke has said he is hoping that our start to the season will help convince Jonas Olsson to stay and sign his extension.

Speaking to the Birmingham Mail Clarke said keeping Olsson and running the risk of losing him on a free was a statement from the club that we don't need to cash in on players and he's hoping our strong start to the campaign, will help convince Jonas he should remain here.

'It was very important Jonas stayed. Anyone who has followed West Brom over the years knows Jonas is an integral part of the team. I think keeping him is a statement from the club. It might be a risk, but maybe if we keep winning matches it will make his decision easier to sign a new contract.

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Date:Saturday September 1 2012

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