JAKE Livermore says an upturn in form has highlighted the "intelligence" of the group as Albion made it three wins from three at Swansea City.
The Baggies put Leeds United, Ipswich Town and the Swans to the sword to lift the mood at Palm Training Ground following a four-game winless sequence.
Jake, a key component of all three victories, believes a change in system - and subsequent revivial in fortune - has shown the group's capabilities on and off the field.
"We've had to change our style and adapt," he admitted.
"Credit to the boys, staff and fans for collectively handling these last three games.
"It's shown the intelligence of the group, of what we're trying to build here.
"We've had a few different styles and we'll probably have to come up with a few more before the end of the season if we're to reach our goal.
"The games we lost weren't through lack of trying, it was perhaps being out-thought and not being adaptable.
"Hopefully we've learned and we've got that now."
Darren Moore's men will continue their promotion mission against Brentford on Monday evening.
And Jake can't wait to be back home.
He added: "I love it [at The Hawthorns].
"We've got two home games coming up to look forward to.
"We can get our home crowd behind us and hopefully put on a show for them.
"We're in the mix and have had some difficult games.
"The mood is good but we won't be happy until we're top at the end of the season."