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Aaron Connolly signed his scholarship with Albion in the summer of 2016, joining up with the under-18s.
He progressed quickly through the ranks and made his first team debut at the age of 17, coming on as a substitute against Barnet.
The Irishman had a successful 2018/19 season, as he scored 17 goals for Simon Rusk’s under-23s side, including a hat-trick against MK Dons in the Checkatrade Trophy; a campaign which saw him win the PL2 Player of the Season award. He also had a brief spell with then League One Luton Town, making two appearances as the Hatters were promoted as champions from League One.
The 20-year-old scored his first senior goal in a 2-1 win over Bristol Rovers in the EFL Cup, and made his Premier League debut away at Manchester City in August 2019. He subsequently went onto appear in the games against Burnley, Newcastle United and Chelsea, before netting his first two Premier League goals in a stunning 3-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur.
His club form earned him a call-up to the Republic of Ireland senior squad, and he made his senior debut as a 79th-minute substitute in a goalless draw against Georgia in Tbilisi, before earning his first start in a 2-0 defeat against Switzerland.
The striker has also represented Republic of Ireland at under-17, under-18 and under-19 and under-21 level.
Potter: Hammers have improved under Moyes
Head coach expects a tough test but Albion's record against West Ham is good.
Connolly: I know the goals will come
Albion striker is trying not to get carried away by good or bad performances.
Connolly making impact, says Potter
The head coach is pleased with the Irishman's form on his return from injury.
November's upcoming internationals
Nine Albion players could be playing for their countries over the next ten days.
Trossard helps Belgium to victory
A number of Albion players were involved with their countries' UEFA Nations League campaigns yesterday evening.