West Brom manager Darren Moore has encouraged his players to make sure their form doesn’t slip coming out of the international break.
The Baggies are fifth in the Championship after 17 games, just five points off top spot, but following the recent break the manager does not want his side to have any more slip-ups after a positive start to the campaign.
Moore has encouraged his players to keep the style and energy that has got them in this position.
“You never want to come off a break and hit bad form,” Moore told wba.co.uk.
“Nor do you want to do it during the season but that’s the industry we’re in.
“We hit a slight dip in form but we’ve been working extremely hard to play at our full potential.
“We have to keep that belief, energy and that style of play going to make sure that bad run doesn’t happen again.”
West Brom face an Ipswich Town team hoping for a new manager bounce following the appointment of Paul Lambert, after former Shrewsbury Town manager Paul Hurst was sacked from his role at the club.
The Tractor Boys have won just once all year, and Moore will want his players to capitalise on that bad form when the two sides face off at Portman Road on Friday evening at 7:45pm.