Boss Billy Davies has vowed that Nottingham Forest will continue to pile the pressure on West Brom in the hope of forcing a slip-up in the race for the Premier League.
The Reds secured a club-record equalling 12th consecutive home league win with a 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace and narrowed the gap between them and the Baggies to five points.
Albion host Coventry on Wednesday night, with Davies still believing that there could be a twist to come in the fight for second spot.
"We will just keep winning, we will keep ticking the games off and doing what we can. That is the most important objective. We will keep putting as much pressure on them as we can," said the Scot.
"I have been in this situation before. I am in a fairly unique position because I have been in this situation in the Championship with three clubs now.
"I know what happens, I know what can happen and I know how things can change. All we can do is keep winning and see where it takes us - but things can change."