Darren Moore has praised the open dressing room at West Bromwich Albion, as his side go from strength to strength as a unit despite their recent winless run.
West Brom were relegated from the Premier League last season, but Moore’s side have bounced back in the Championship and sit in fifth after 15 games.
Moore took over from Alan Pardew at the end of last season and has kept the job on a permanent basis this term, and he has lavished praise on his squad for their unity.
“It’s an open dressing room,” he told wba.co.uk.
“It’s a beautiful thing to see, the openness, the honesty they have with one another.
“I like to think they keep each other sharp in terms of who they are as characters.
“There’s a good group cohesion – most of the time they do the talking amongst themselves which is good.
“We feel that we can share our thoughts as a group.
“There are some wonderful characters in there, a good mix.
“We’ve got some good, solid professionals but also some of the younger generation coming through – honest boys.
The club have started the season in good form, but have not won in three games, following a draw against Blackburn Rovers and defeats against Wigan Athletic and Derby County.
However, Moore insists his side are growing as a team as the season is progressing.
“They bounce off one another and it’s what we want at the Albion. They’re only getting stronger as the weeks go by.’’ He added.
“Long may that continue.”
West Brom travel to Hull on Saturday for a 3pm kick off.