West Brom defender Paul Robinson has held talks with manager Tony Mowbray to express his wish of being allowed to leave The Hawthorns this summer following the club's relegation.
The 30-year-old left-back, who has been at the club for six-years since joining from Watford
for just £375,000, has been the subject of a reported £1million enquiry from his former boss Gary Megson, who is keen to lure the player to the Reebok Stadium this summer.
And it appears Robinson would jump at the chance of a reunion with Megson at Bolton
after he admitted that it is his ambition to remain in England's top division having entered a stage in his career where he feels he deserves the opportunity.
He is quoted in the Daily Mail: "I've got to the stage now where I can’t face playing in the Championship again, I feel I’ve proved myself in the Premier League.
"I’m 30 years old and I’ve been up and down the divisions a few times.
"I hope that the club will be sympathetic to my situation."
Having played well over 200 games for the Baggies, Robinson has become a firm fans favourite with his committed and aggressive nature and it seems certain that the loyalty he has shown the club over the years will be rewarded by being allowed to depart this summer.