Christian Walton joined Albion in 2013 after progressing through the youth ranks with Plymouth Argyle.
The keeper signed a new four-year deal with the club in 2014 and would go onto make his professional debut at just 18-years-old in a League Cup defeat at Tottenham Hotspur.
His Championship debut came a week later, keeping a clean sheet in a 1-0 win over Wigan Athletic. Appearances against Blackburn Rovers and Middlesbrough would follow that season, keeping another clean sheet against Boro.
In 2015, the now 25-year-old began his loan journey, going out for short spells with Bury and Plymouth Argyle, before spending half a season with then League Two Luton Town under former Albion man Nathan Jones, before returning to the Amex after Niki Maenpaa sustained an injury.
He had a short spell with Southend United towards the end of that campaign, but it was his time at Wigan Athletic he made a real name for himself in the EFL.
Two years with the Latics between 2017-19 saw him win promotion to the Championship from League One and help establish Paul Cook's side in the second-tier.
Tony Mowbray's Blackburn Rovers took the keeper on loan last season, where he played every minute of Championship football for Rovers, as they finished 11th.
Walton: Albion loan system works well
The 25-year-old is hoping to feature in the FA Cup tonight against Leicester.
Walton: I was ready when called upon
Keeper delighted to make his first Albion appearance in six years.
Great to be back in an Albion shirt, says Walton
Six years after his last game for the club, goalkeeper was pleased to help Albion make FA Cup progress.
Potter updates on Walton injury
Goalkeeper suffered ankle injury in Saturday's game against Chelsea.
Walton ready to push for starting spot
Goalkeeper looking to build on an excellent season with Blackburn Rovers.