Albion head coach wants his side to raise their game
TONY Pulis has called on Albion to turn it on at White Hart Lane and make life hard for the title challengers.
The Baggies have impressed against of the Premier League's heavyweights this season, having taken points at Anfield, Stamford Bridge and Leicester City.
Pulis accepts that Albion were poor against Arsenal and has called on his side to raise their game in tomorrow's televised clash at Tottenham Hotspur.
"That was our most disappointing performance - Arsenal deserved to win because we looked flat," said Pulis.
"White Hart Lane is one of my favourite grounds, it's a fantastic statiudm with a great atmosphere.
"Everything to do with the club is first class. I enjoy taking teams and we need to make sure we are up for it.
"I've said before that I would love to see Leicester win the League but if not then I'm also happy with Tottenham.
"It's great for football that there will be a different team picking up the trophy this year.
"We didn't do very well on Thursday - we have to dust ourselves down and put a performance in on Monday."