Forward Owen Windsor is hoping to ‘capitalise’ on the attacking talent Albion have at their disposal when the PL2 side welcome Fulham on Monday (ko 2pm).
Deon Burton’s side have enjoyed an unbeaten start to the campaign, winning in the EFL Trophy against Swindon Town, while beating Aston Villa in their opening Premier League 2 Division Two match.
Windsor netted in the young Baggies' last league game which saw them secure a dramatic 3-3 draw against Crystal Palace.
And after bagging his fourth goal in three matches, the striker is looking to push on his goal-scoring exploits and maintain Albion’s positive start to the campaign on Monday afternoon.
“I’m happy with the team’s start to the season,” said Windsor.
“As a young side we have shown good maturity in games and on a personal note I’m happy to start the season with a few goals. Hopefully, I can push on and get many more.
“My aims for the season are to play well and score as many goals as possible alongside being effective in order to win games.
“Playing men’s football at an earlier age has helped me develop quickly in a physical aspect and become more aggressive on the pitch.
“We are expecting Fulham to be a team that will be very technical and want to play through the thirds and create chances, but we know if we can come in with intensity and pressure we can force mistakes and capitalise with the attacking presence we have.”