With his role as West Brom boss in the spotlight, Tony Pulis has come out all guns blazing, as he stated: "I won't be leaving."
Tony Pulis insists he will not walk away from West Brom amid intense speculation over his future after a takeover at The Hawthorns was completed earlier this week.
A frustrating transfer window coupled with a lacklustre start to the season – the Baggies have taken four points from the opening four Premier League games – have raised question marks over the Welshman's position.
Confirmation of a new owner in Chinese businessman Guochuan Lai ensures Pulis remains in the spotlight, but the former Stoke City boss is remaining unfazed.
"I won't be leaving," he said.
"If I leave, it will be the club's decision for me to leave, it won't be my decision.
"I see it that I've signed a contract and I'm going to see that contract through."
West Brom host West Ham on Saturday bidding to end a four-game losing streak in all competitions.