GOALKEEPING Coach Neil Cutler has hailed the impact of Darren Moore and is looking forward to picking up where Albion's coaching team left off at the end of last season.
The Baggies claimed 11 impressive points from the final six matches of last season's campaign, with Moore at the helm alongside Cutler, James Shan and a hard-working and driven backroom staff.
Cutler insists Moore, appointed Head Coach last week, has been "first class" since stepping into the role at the start of April.
And he is eager to continue that positive feeling this summer as Albion bid for promotion and an immediate return to the Premier League.
Speaking about Moore, Cutler said: "He's so driven, so motivated and, like us all, wants to get it right. And we will get it right because there's going to be no stone left unturned.
"The little details are massive and that's what he works in, real detail. He'll make sure he's doing that now.
"Since the end of the season he's been in every day - morning, noon and night - trying to sort and organise things.
"It will be done, it will be done correctly to the best of our ability, so we'll move forward."
And Cutler insists Albion's coaching team are doing everything possible to ensure next season is a successful one for the club.
"It's massively important," he added. "It's not just about ability, it's about the right personalities and getting the right people in.
"We need players who are driven as much as we are. We need players who are going to knock on the door to push us, not just us pushing them.
"Players who are really motivated, driven and know the task at hand, it's a totally different season to last season.
"We're expected to win games and you've got to have the right types of people to do that.
"It's not going to be an easy ride, it's going to be a really tough season and we need players who are able to roll their sleeves up and have a right go."