The Hungary international believes the the Baggies' seasoned veterans can provide much-needed leadership and calmness as they bid to remain in the Premier League
New head coach Pepe Mel saw West Brom pick up a 1-1 draw against Everton in his first game in charge on Monday, a result that moved the team four points clear of the bottom three.
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"I think you need some experienced players in the team," the Hungary international told the club's official website.
"It doesn't mean you need to be over 35, you need to read the game well and say the right things.
"We have enough experienced players.
"Being experienced helps you when you're under pressure, in trouble, and when you're not doing something well and you need to respond in the game."
After exiting the FA Cup in the third round against Crystal Palace, West Brom's second game under Mel is not until next Wednesday when they take on local rivals Aston Villa.