Kieran Gibbs is delighted to be back in the frame after a “frustrating” spell on the sidelines and has urged his Albion team-mates to build momentum in their final five Sky Bet Championship fixtures.
The left-back, who has 32 appearances to his name so far this campaign, had been out injured since the end of February before making a second-half comeback at Bristol City on Tuesday night.
And as the Baggies prepare to host Preston North End at The Hawthorns this weekend, Kieran has spoken of his delight at being back out on the pitch again.
“I’ve been out for a good couple of weeks now so it was nice to get some good training under my belt and get some minutes,” he said.
“Now I’m looking to finish the season strongly.
“It’s always frustrating to be on the sidelines, especially when you’ve been involved throughout the season because you don’t want to ruin your momentum and rhythm.
“As I said it was a bit frustrating but I’d played quite a few minutes up until then, so I’m just looking forward to getting back on track.
“As a team we’re looking to just make sure we sort out our performances and results, and we want to gain some momentum as we come into the end of the season for the Club and for the fans.”