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Adam Webster arrived at the Amex on a four-year deal from Bristol City in August 2019.
Born in Chichester, West Sussex, Webster began his career just across the Hampshire border with Portsmouth.
He was handed his Pompey debut by Michael Appleton in a Championship match against West Ham United in January 2012.
In a bid to gain regular first-team football, he joined nearby Aldershot on loan for the first half of the 2013/14 season, before returning to Fratton Park for the closing stages of the season, scoring his first senior goal in a 1-0 win over Hartlepool United.
He moved onto to Ipswich Town in 2016, with Albion defender Matt Clarke moving in the opposite direction as part of the deal, and spent two years with Suffolk side before joining Bristol City in 2018.
He played 47 times in just the one season at City, scoring three goals.
In total, Webster has made more than 200 senior appearances and has represented England at under-18 and under-19 level, where he will have worked alongside Albion’s technical director, Dan Ashworth.
He was a regular during his first season with Albion, making 31 Premier League appearances, scoring his first goal for the club against Aston Villa.
Webster: We have enough to climb the table
Defender says Albion might need to go back to basics to turn good performances into more points.
Webster: Winning spot-kick was my first penalty
Defender relieved to seal Albion's progress to fourth round of Emirates FA Cup.
Webster: It won't take much to turn fortunes around
Defender hoping for a winning start to the New Year against Wolves on Saturday.
Webster: We can build on good result against champions
Defender reflects on hard-fought draw with Liverpool
Webster hopes leadership brings out the best in him
Adam Webster believes the extra responsibility of captaining Albion can help him improve his overall game.