Former Super Eagles and West Bromwich Albion striker, Peter Osaze Odemwingie, has described his former club’s relegation from the Premier League to the championship as a bad situation, whilst also hailing caretaker manager Darren Moore for trying to save the club, reports.

Osaze, who played for the Baggies between 2010-2013, scoring 30 goals in 87 appearances, took to the social media to express his sadness.

“Out of nothing he made something. Sad to see @WBA relegate but it could have been some weeks ago. Darren Moore deserved the praise and the award this month. Hopefully, just the beginning of good things for him,” Osaze twitted.

44-year-old Moore beat off competition from Man City boss, Pep Guardiola to win the Manager of the Month for April, after leading the club to two wins and two draws, including wins against Manchester United and Arsenal.