TOSIN Adarabioyo has heaped praise on Head Coach Darren Moore after settling into a foreign role after November’s international break.
The Manchester City loanee has impressed in a right-back berth in victories over Leeds United and Ipswich Town as he continues to develop under Darren's leadership.
"Versatility is very important in modern football," Tosin nodded. "It adds new aspects to your game.
"Playing at right-back now instead of centre-back is useful - I'm learning a lot.
"I played there a couple of times when I was younger - about 12 or 13 - but it's not something that's natural to me.
"I've really enjoyed the role. I want to play as many matches as I can. I'm always developing.
"Darren is a big help for me personally. He speaks to me on a daily basis, letting me know things I need to work on.
"He's spoken to me about my positioning and keeping my focus.
"It's fantastic to learn form him, He knows what I need to do to dominate in this league but also play in the Premier League."
Next up in the Baggies' promotion mission? Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium on Wednesday evening.
Tosin added: "The Swansea game is a chance to get closer to Norwich at the top of the table.
"We know it will be a tough game - like us they dropped out of the Premier League last season and have applied themselves well.
"We'll have to be at our best again."