Zambia international Enock Mwepu signed from reigning Austrian champions Red Bull Salzburg on a four-year deal, on undisclosed terms in July 2021.
Mwepu came through the ranks with NAPSA stars in his homeland, joining Salzburg in 2017.
A Zambian international, he has had the nickname 'The Computer' throughout his career, based on his ability to read the game.
He made 81 league appearances over his four years at Salzburg, scoring 11 goals and laying on nine assists, while also playing in every one of their Champions League group stage games last season.
Mwepu was also on the scoresheet in the 2021 OFB-Cup Final, grabbing a goal and an assist in a 3-0 win over Lask.
He has been a regular for the Zambia national team since his debut in September 2017.
Enock's first campaign with Albion was interrupted throughout with injury, but he still managed two goals and four assists in 18 league appearances, with his strikes coming in the 2-2 draw at Anfield and the 2-1 win at Arsenal.
Enock Mwepu appointed Academy coach
Enock moves into next stage of his career and will coach our under-9s.
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Veltman: We'll be there for Enock
Albion players will pay tribute to the midfielder at Friday's game against Brentford.