Last Updated: Mon, 19 Nov 2012 14:57
Millwall have agreed an extension to West Brom striker Chris Wood's loan that means he will finish the year at The Den.
The 20-year-old Albion ace has scored seven goals in 12 games for the Championship club, including the winner over Leeds on Sunday in the Lions' 1-0 home victory.
"It was a real quality goal that decided it - a fantastic ball from Shane [Lowry] and Chris was in the right place at the right time," Millwall manager Kenny Jackett said on the club's official website.
"We've been pleased with Chris, he's worked hard in the group and if as a centre-forward you can get in the habit of popping up with a winner, that's great," added Jackett.
Millwall announced that Wood's loan spell had been extended until January 1 after the game, which means he could be back at The Hawthorns in time to feature in the FA Cup third round.
The New Zealand international showed no signs of jet-lag on Sunday having scored in his country's 1-1 international friendly draw against China in Shanghai.
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