"I think it is a case of everyone to their own decision," he added. [LNB]"If we go down, I can understand why people would like to see if anything comes up. [LNB]"For a young lad, who wants to be in the best league in the world, and has got international aims, they want to play in the Premier League." [LNB]But the former Manchester United and Middlesbrough midfielder sees his own future in the West Midlands and is willing to commit to West Brom. [LNB]"I've got one more year after this. You usually start talking when there is a year left so, as long as the manager and the chairman would like me to, I'd love to stay but it's all up to the top bosses. [LNB]"Hopefully it can be sorted. I've played 225 games for West Brom and I'd love to get to the 500 mark if I possibly could." [LNB]Greening also believes that some of the current West Brom players would benefit from a season in the Championship. [LNB]"Sometimes it is better to have a couple more years to get a bit more experience and a club like this, with a manager like we have got, can only get better," he said. [LNB]"The Championship is a tough league with some tough teams in there and sometimes it can help you to grow as a player. [LNB]"For young lads like Jonas (Olsson) and Borja (Valero), to play in a strong league like the Championship, can make you stronger mentally and physically and prepare you better for the next time you get promoted."