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Jakub Moder signed for Albion from Lech Poznan on a five-year contract in October 2020.
The highly rated Poland international came through the youth ranks at Poznan, before making his first team debut in April 2018, then spending a season on loan at Polish second division side Odra Opole.
He returned to Poznan for the 2019/20 campaign and was a mainstay in the side as they finished second in Ekstraklasa (the Polish top-flight), qualifying for the Europa League.
A call-up to the Poland senior team followed, with the 22-year-old making his debut for his country in September 2020.
He signed for Albion a month later and was immediately loaned back to Poznan, with the club's place in the Europa League seen as a good way of Moder continuing his development.
He was recalled from his loan in Poland in December 2020.
After making his Premier League debut as a late substitute at West Brom in February 2021, he made his first league start for Albion the following month in a 3-0 victory against Newcastle United.
Moder helped his country to qualification for the World Cup in Qatar in April 2022, but ruptured his ACL later that week in a 0-0 draw against Norwich City, bringing his season to an early and disappointing end. The injury would see him miss the entirety of the 2022/23 campaign.
Moder 'looked sharp' on return to action
Midfielder made first appearance on Sunday for our under-21s since picking up a serious knee injury in April 2022.
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Moder back with the ball as he steps up comeback
Midfielder delighted to be on the pitch again eight months after rupturing ACL.
Jakub Moder suffers ACL rupture
Poland international suffered the injury during Saturday's 0-0 draw with Norwich.
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