The West Brom manager hopes that the club's fans will move past the striker's well-publicised recent issues and offer him their support at home against Swansea City
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However, he was well received by the Baggies' traveling support at Chelsea on Saturday and Clarke would like to see the home crowd follow suit.
"Am I keen to see home fans put things in the past? I would like to think so and, if he plays and scores goals, they will give him a good reception," the West Brom boss told the press.
"Everyone knows the Peter incident happened but it's passed for us and we have all moved on from it, and I look forward to his contribution for the rest of the season.
"Peter and I have a good relationship. Coach, player ... excellent relationship."