Odemwingie was strongly linked with a move to Qatari club Al-Gharafa.
Reports claim the striker had a summer bust-up with manager Steve Clarke.
The Nigeria international said: “I don’t know where that (reports of a bust-up) came from.
“People would have seen afterwards if there was a problem.
“We sat down and had a normal talk. He was the new coach and he said ‘give me a few weeks and see how we work, because we’re ambitious for this year’.
“I said I would give it a couple of weeks and after that I was enjoying training and it looked like it was going to be an interesting season, so I forgot about the offer.”
He continued: “I thought there would be nothing new for me at West Brom and I gave it a try (asked about leaving) to see what would happen.
“But the club said that it was too early for me to go and they thought I could play an important role for them and keep playing.
“Then pre-season started and I got hungry again for Premier League action and I forgot about it.”
What is your opinion? Feel free to discuss the article under. You have to comment by using your Facebook profile. Be fair and have respect for other people and opinions!
The reputation of the Premier League means it is the most popular and one of the most watched leagues in the world.
Five English clubs will compete in the last sixteen of the Champions League for the first time ever as Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham face some difficult away matches.