Tony Pulis has issued a rallying call for his West Brom side to build on their impressive home form and carry it on for the rest of the season, reports Sky Sports.
The Baggies currently sit eighth in the table having won seven of their 12 home league games this season and entertain Bournemouth tomorrow, a run of good form which includes being unbeaten in their last four matches – something Pulis wants his side to continue.
The former Stoke boss said:
“For the previous two seasons the home form wasn’t as good as we wanted. We’ve turned it round and scored plenty of goals.
“There’s few things better than winning games and scoring goals in front of your home fans. We’ve done that and that’s nice.”
The Baggies have found the right time to be playing Bournemouth, who’ve not won in six games and have lost four during that spell including a 6-3 defeat to Everton in their last away game.
West Brom could close the gap on Everton, who sit in seventh place four points above them, although with the Toffees hosting bottom-placed Sunderland, they’ll be odds on to take all three points.
Regardless of how this weekend pans out, the season so far has been a successful one for Pulis who’s cemented his reputation as one of the Premier League’s most able managers, but he now wants his team to live up to the high standards he’s set.