West Brom full-back Steven Reid insists the team are building momentum while also highlighting the two derby matches remaining this season as key points in the club's bid for survival.
The Baggies have a tough run-in, including games against Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham, but Reid feels the team have gained momentum since Roy Hodgson took over at the helm.
"Things are good. We've had some decent results and we're in a bit of a mini-run now. If you look at the last few games, we're four unbeaten at the right time of the season.
"The trouble is other clubs are doing the same, which is obviously unhelpful. There are games we see as winnable - but you never know when they're going to come."