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Hodgson has agreed a four year deal to become the full-time England Manager.
Hodgson, aged 64, has won a total of eight league titles and coached the national teams of Switzerland, Finland and United Arab Emirates.
He'lll take charge for the first time, when the England take on Belgium on Saturday 2 June at Wembley Stadium.
Sources close to ITV Central say that Roy Hodgson will stay on as head coach of West Bromwich Albion until the end of the season.
The Football Association have called a press conference for 4pm today at Wembley when it is expected they will unveil Roy Hodgson as the new England manager.
Hodgson attended a four-hour meeting yesterday when he met all four members of the Club England board.
West Brom player Jerome Thomas says Hodgson "needs to be rewarded, same as a player they get a move to a bigger club they are rewarded for their performances and that's exactly what's happened."
Birmingham City manager Chris Hughton says "focused on trying to get a result against a very good Blackpool team".
Player Chris Burke says "what managers hope to achieve in a couple of seasons he has achieved in one".
Sporting and technical director Dan Ashworth has revealed that West Brom have contingency plans in place should they need to find a replacement for manager Roy Hodgson.
Mr Ashworth claimed the club were prepared for the departure of any key staff member as part of an already-existing policy.
Hodgson is expected to be named as England's new head coach after holding "positive" talks with the Football Association.
Roy Hodgson is expected to be confirmed as the new England football manager.
The 64 year old interviewed for the post at Wembley on Monday.
The talks were described as "positive."
Former West Bromwich Albion player Darren Moore has spoken to ITV Central about his old boss. He says Hodgson has done a wonderful job at the club and will be sorely missed if he takes up the FA's offer.