Jack Hinshelwood signs new contract

Young midfielder commits long-term future to Albion.

By Charlie Hanson • 14 April 2023

By Paul Hazlewood
Jack Hinshelwood's new deal runs until June 2026.

We’re pleased to confirm that men’s under-21 midfielder Jack Hinshelwood has signed a new contract that runs until June 2026.

The 18-year-old has made 19 Premier League 2 appearances so far this campaign, with three goals and two assists to his name.

Men’s under-21s head coach Shannon Ruth said, “Jack has made the step up to under-21s football seamlessly this season, and he has had the opportunity to train with the first team on numerous occasions while also being named on the bench in the Premier League.

“He is an excellent example to our other young players coming through of the hard work and commitment you need to be successful when trying to make the step up.”

Jack, who graduated from the club's academy, comes from a long line of footballers, including his dad Adam, who made 100 league appearances for the club during the Withdean era, before turning to coaching and management.

Jack’s great grandfather Wally played for Fulham, Chelsea, Reading and Bristol City. Wally’s sons Paul and Martin both played for Crystal Palace, with Martin going on to coach and manage the Albion.

Martin’s son Danny, who is Jack’s uncle, also played for Albion and Portsmouth.