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The Baggies have enjoyed a fine start to the Premier League campaign, picking up 14 points from their opening seven games beating the likes of Liverpool and Everton along the way.

However, the Midlanders have slipped to defeats to Manchester City and Newcastle of late, leading some to believe their bubble may have burst.

But, Clarke believes his team will find their form as they host Southamption on Monday:

“It’s going to be something different for us. We are suddenly in a situation we haven’t found ourselves in before, having lost a couple of games,” He said.

“People maybe are looking at us a little bit so there is a question to be answered.

“But the lads have played well, that’s the message we have tried to give the players to take forward into the next game.

“We have told them that if they continue to play as they have against two really good teams, and as long as the performance level stays the same, then the results will follow.”

Clarke took charge of the club last summer, switching from his role as assistant manager at Liverpool.

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