Darren Moore, the new caretaker boss at West Brom has said that he wants to see the club unite between now and the end of the season.
He has taken charge of the Baggies until the end of the current campaign following Alan Pardew's departure after the weekend defeat to Burnley.
That loss left Albion rooted to the foot of the Premier League table 10 points from safety with just six games remaining.
So relegation from the top flight appears inevitable with the side having won just three matches all season, two under Tony Pulis and just one during Pardew's time in charge at the Hawthorns.
Moore, a former Baggies defender who was part of Pardew's backroom staff, says that, whatever happens with results in those last few games, he wants to see unity return to the club.
He told the BBC: "We've always bounced back before and that's what we will do again.
"West Bromwich Albion has always been a family for me. And that's the word I shall focus on – family.
"We need to get the unity back among everyone – the players, the staff, the fans, everyone connected with Albion, because that is the only way forward."
West Brom still have to play Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham before the end of the season but they start life after Pardew with a home game against Swansea on Saturday.
The Baggies are 29/20 to get their fourth league win of the season while Swansea, three points above the bottom three are 2/1 to continue their revival under new boss Carlos Carvalhal. The draw is priced at 21/10.
Albion are 3/1 to win the game by a one goal margin.
Relegation for Albion can't be confirmed this weekend but, depending on results, could come as soon as their trip to Old Trafford on 15th April.
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