Newcastle United fans on Twitter would be happy to see Dwight Gayle leave the club at the end of the season after he stated that he sees his future at West Brom.
The 28-year-old is currently on a season-long loan at the Hawthorns, with Salomon Rondon at St James' Park, and he will be hoping to guide his current club to promotion.
As reported by the Chronicle, Gayle has admitted that he can see his future away from the North East club, who have all but sealed their Premier League status after beating Leicester City last Friday.
At this moment in time, Albion are sitting in the play-off places and if they earn promotion to the top-tier then they will come up against Rafa Benitez's Magpies next season.
But if they don't then the Midlands side will spend another season in the second tier where Gayle has thrived during his career after struggling to really prove his worth in England's top-flight.
Here is a selection of Newcastle fans reacting to Gayle's comments:
Surely a straight permanent swap for rondon both similar age , horses for courses and all that crack....— Greg O' Grady (@Peglegmacgreg) April 15, 2019
And rondon wants to stay at Newcastle. Perfect. Probably won't happen though, because of you know who— Flynn (@RondonNo9) April 15, 2019
Surely a Rondon/Gayle swap makes perfect sense for all concerned?? #NUFC— Toon In Toon Out (@toonintoonout) April 15, 2019
Gayle wants to stay there rondon wants to stay here no brainer straight swap anyone with a brain would do it unfortunately we have Ashley https://t.co/6pI9M1nFom— Andrew Wells (@wellzy95nufc) April 15, 2019
Gayle + Hayden , straight swap for Rondon— vinny malhotra (@vinnymalhotraa) April 15, 2019
I’d welcome it too if it meant a straight swap for Rondon!— joel (@1892jd) April 14, 2019
Over the weekend, Gayle scored a hat-trick for West Brom as they recorded a much needed 4-1 win over Preston North End after suffering back-to-back defeats in recent weeks.
If Albion are to make an instant return to the Premier League then Gayle, who is now playing a forward role after being ulsisied on the left by the now sacked Darren Moore, will be key to their success.