With a run of one point from an available 12 over their last four league games, Nigeria international Peter Odemwingie believes that West Brom's early season form which saw them rise to as high as third on the table will soon return.
"When a new manager comes in there is uncertainty but things are going well," Odemwingie told Sky Sports.
West Brom are in seventh position, level on points with Tottenham, Arsenal and Everton and three off Chelsea in third and the Baggies continue to dream of a top five finish.
"Our points total is based on our performances not on dreams and the manager has been very quick to settle us down.”
"There is nothing wrong with those dreams we have of finishing in the top five,” Odemwingie added.
"The fans are excited and loving the quality of football we are producing at the moment.
"Maybe we can continue with that and see how far we can go. There is no doubt we will do better than last season.
"We've had an exceptional start to this campaign and we are hoping for an exceptional end,” the Nigerian concluded.
Odemwingie has scored four goals in 14 appearances this season and is very likely to miss games in January and February next year because of his commitment to Nigeria’s national team-the Super Eagles who will be playing in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.
West Brom play Norwich on Saturday, then travel to face relegation-threatened Queens Park Rangers on Boxing Day and then travel to face Manchester United at Old Trafford on December 29.