Steve Clarke West Brom ManagerWest Brom manager Steve Clarke believes his side can maintain their excellent form in the Premier League.

The Baggies are riding high in fifth place, following a 2-1 win away at Wigan.

As well as this, the Midlanders have beaten the likes of Liverpool and Everton to amass 20 points.

Despite many predicting that his side won’t be able to maintain their challenge, Clarke believes the depth of his squad will give them a good chance:

“We’ve got a lot of options in our squad which gives me some fantastic problems.” He is quoted by the Daily Mail.

“We play with intensity going forward and I was a little concerned the ones who played on Monday night might be carrying fatigue.

“I’ve got a quality squad and I have to use them. They know they’re all valuable in terms of the club going forward.”

Clarke has enjoyed a good start to life in the hot-seat following his switch from the assistant manager position at Liverpool.

He appears to be getting the best out of players such as winger James Morrison, who netted the opening goal of the win on Saturday.

Clarke’s next challenge comes in the shape of Chelsea, who will be visiting the Hawthorns next weekend.

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