The French winger scored a magnificent goal to help the Baggies claim a shock 2-1 win against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday.
The 28-year-old also netted in his previous Premier League outing – a 3-0 win over hapless basement dwellers Sunderland.
Despite him being just weeks into his loan spell at the Hawthorns, manager Steve Clarke is already keen to activate a clause in the deal to make him a permanent signing.
It is believed that there is an agreement in place with Marseille that will allow West Brom to push through a transfer even if the Ligue 1 giants want the players back.
Amalfitano has made a fine start to life in the Midlands which was capped with a wonderful sole effort against United.
The wide-man ran from inside his own half, beat Rio Ferdinand and lifted a delicate chip over the helpless David de Gea.
Amalfitano’s younger brother Romain is also a Premier League star and is currently on the books at Newcastle.
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