Baggies boss believes striker should come to him not twitter to discuss his problems.
West Brom manager Steve Clarke has criticised Peter Odemwingie for derailing the team’s season according to The Telegraph.
The Baggies boss is becoming increasingly annoyed at the media circus that is begin to surround the club’s striker.
Odemwingie earned himself a second fine of the year following a series of comments published on social networking site Twitter.
Clarke lashed out at Odemwingie, criticising the player for not keeping his concerns within the walls of the club.
The Nigerian striker insisted he wanted to be sacked from the club while criticising his manager for leaving him on the bench in the club’s recent games.
Odemwingie has suffered a fractured relationship with his employers after they blocked a deadline day move to QPR during the January transfer window.
The player drove himself down to Loftus Road to discuss a deal but found himself locked out of the stadium after West Brom refused to give him permission to speak with QPR representatives.
Clarke is likely to include Odemwingie on the bench this weekend but has warned the striker to discuss his grievances with him in the future.
The West Brom hierarchy have insisted they will continue to use all disciplinary measures available to them should Odemwingie continue to cause unrest at the club.