11 players who played for both Leeds and West Brom.
Ahead of Friday's Sky Bet Championship clash between West Bromwich Albion and Leeds United at Elland Road (7:45pm), we look at 11 players who have played for both the Whites and Baggies at some point during their career.
The goalkeeper came through the ranks at the Whites, before joining Liverpool. He moved to West Brom from Anfield in 2008, where he spent three years. He is now at Derby County.
The defender had a successful loan spell with the Whites during the 2016/17 campaign from Swansea City. He moved to the Hawthorns from the Liberty Stadium during the summer transfer window.
The centre-back started out at Arsenal and after stints in America joined West Brom. He moved to Leeds from the Baggies in 1990 and he helped the Whites win the First Division Championship.
After spells at Darlington and Preston North End, Gregan joined West Brom in 2002. In 2004 he joined Leeds and also went onto have spells at Oldham Athletic and Fleetwood Town.
Currently at West Brom, the seven time England international began his career with Tottenham Hotspur. He had loan spells away from White Hart Lane at a number of clubs, including Leeds in 2011.
The winger signed for West Brom on a free transfer from Portsmouth in 2009, making over 100 appearances for the club. He had a short spell at Leeds in the 2012/13 season, scoring one goal in seven loan appearances.
Roberts made one senior appearance for West Brom and back in January joined Leeds for an undisclosed fee. Since signing for the Whites he has gone on to win his first full international caps for Wales.
The New Zealand international was brought to English football by West Brom and went onto make 27 appearances for the club. He signed for Leeds from Leicester City in 2015 and is now at Premier League side Burnley.