DARREN Moore has again called on the Albion faithful to raise the roof as his side go in search of four straight wins against Brentford at The Hawthorns.
Baggies fans dug deep for long away travels to Ipswich Town and Swansea City, with the gaffer typically grateful for their unwavering support.
And he's looking forward to a Hawthorns return for the first time since the 4-1 demolition of Leeds United, where the Throstletariat were in such fine voice.
"You always want to play football in front of your home fans," he nodded.
"Credit to the away fans who followed us to Ipswich and Swansea.
"Fixture changes, night games, travelling, work the next day - I understand that fully.
"I'm glad the long journey home was made that bit sweeter with maximum points.
"I'm glad to be back in front of the Hawthorns crowd.
"Let's make it electric like it was last time out."
That memorable night against Marcelo Bielsa's side kick-started a positive run of form for Moore's men.
But Darren has assured fans that confidence will not convert to complacency ahead of the clash with the Bees.
He added: "I'm relatively pleased with how things are going at the moment.
"We're always looking to improve in all areas.
"When you win games it breeds confidence, but not complacency.
"We've worked hard to put this run together but we've got more challenges ahead.
"Brentford are in a run of games which they won't be happy with.
"That makes them even more dangerous in my eyes."