Defender Craig Dawson believes that West Brom are starting to turn the corner, having secured a 3-2 FA Cup fourth round victory at Liverpool on Saturday.
The Baggies went winless in 22 games between mid-August and early January, but have now won three of their last four games in all competitions, finally showing a reaction to the arrival of Alan Pardew as their new manager.
And Dawson is happy with the way his team are starting to improve, with a Premier League trip to runaway leaders Manchester City next on the agenda on Wednesday evening.
He told the club's official website: "We're working hard as a group and as a squad everyone is pushing each other.
"The confidence is growing now so we just need to keep this run going. The performances have been good. We've got a tough game next and we'll do our best again.
"All the strikers and everyone in the team are working hard. The goals are coming now - everyone's got to stay focused and keep working on the training pitch and the results will come."
Albion have already met the Citizens twice this season, losing by a single goal on both occasions.
A League Cup tie at The Hawthorns in September ended 2-1 to the visitors, while a league encounter at the same venue just over a month later finished 3-2 to the Citizens.
West Brom are 17/2 to gain a draw on Wednesday evening, while hosts City are 13/2 to win the game 2-0 and are 4/6 to keep a clean sheet.
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