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West Bromwich Albion's 20-year-old prospect Saido Berahino, who made a name for himself with goals against Arsenal and Manchester United in the space of three days, prefers a move to a major club, as reported by John Cross at The Mirror.
Cross believes: "A move to a bigger club could also boost the 20-year-old's chances of making England's World Cup squad."
Sitting on the bench at a big Premier League club might make Berahino more money, but it won't help develop his career.
He knows West Brom doesn't have a prolific scoring striker right now (centre-back Gareth McAuley is tied for most league goals with two).
Berahino needs to be smart.
He is in form, with six goals for the English U-21 team since September and a goal against Crystal Palace in his most recent league game.
So he could receive an extended run as West Brom's No. 9, which will allow him to prove his worth.