West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster has said that he has wants to end his career with his current club West Brom. The 29-year-old goalkeeper has been moving from one club to another in the last few seasons, but he has finally found a home according to the former Manchester United shot stopper.

The 29-year-old sealed a £ 3.5 million move from Birmingham city only last month and he is of the opinion that he wants this move to be the last of his career. He has also said that he had turned down the opportunity to join Premier league rivals QPR because he was not sure about their future in the top division of English football.

Ben Foster was once regarded as the next England goalkeeper when he was playing for Manchester United. However, he was not getting regular first-team football at Old Trafford due to the presence of Edwin van Der Sar. This is absolutely led to his departure from the Manchester club, while he has been on the road travelling since then. New West Brom manager Steve Clarke has made it a priority to bring him to the hawthorns and Ben Foster has said that he is extremely delighted with the faith shown by the former Chelsea assistant manager.

“I have no interest in moving south or north. I hope this is my last move. My kids are going to be settled in schools soon. My wife loves the area too and those are the sort of things people don’t always see. People just see footballers and no more, but there is a lot more to us than that. We are people who have families and it is important that they are settled and happy. We are now looking for our final family home,” said West Brown goalkeeper Ben Foster.