Youssouf Mulumbu wants Albion to hit the ground running against Stoke City.
The Baggies enjoyed eye-catching performances in their last two games taking four points off Manchester United and Arsenal.
Mulumbu admits the international break came at a bad time for the in-form Baggies and hopes they continue to impress at The Britannia.
“We need to be steady with our work because the Premier League is a long season, with strong teams,” said the fan’s favourite.
“We need to use Old Trafford and the Arsenal game as references and I think that will build up our confidence.
“The international break will probably help those players who felt a little bit of fatigue.
“But for me I would have preferred it not to come because we were in a good period.
“We need to be focused again against Stoke and if we win against Stoke I think we’ll be in a good position in the top half of the table.
“So, we need to reply against Stoke on Saturday to see if we can carry on the momentum.
“I’m really confident.
“I know the guys that have been around have been training really hard all week – and I know the internationals will be focused and ready.
“I hope everyone is going to be fit and ready for the fight on Saturday.”
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Source: WBA MAD