Tony Pulis wants West Brom to continue home form
By Nadeem Badshah
Last Updated: 24/02/17 11:29am
Tony Pulis has called on West Brom to continue their fine home form and claimed there is even more to come from his side.
The Baggies, who are eighth in the table, have won seven of their 12 league games at The Hawthorns this season and host Bournemouth on Saturday.
West Brom are also unbeaten in their last four games and Pulis hopes that run carries on.
He 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.
"I think we needed to get results for confidence at home. Hopefully we can continue our home form and move on to another level."
Pulis also spoke of his disappointment in Leicester's decision to sack Claudio Ranieri on Thursday evening, just nine months after leading the Foxes to the Premier League title.
I'm disappointed for the manager, I'm disappointed for Leicester really because it has been a tremendous year for them, and what they've achieved," he said.
"Lets be fair there's still 13 games to go, they could still have a run of games and finish in mid-table and they could still get through to the next round of the Champions League, which again would be a remarkable achievement."
He added: "You've got to be focused on the next game.
"In management it turns so quickly, you can't take your foot off the peddle and I'm afraid if you do that, if you start to get relaxed or take things for granted, it's the worst game in the world for kicking you up the backside, this game."