Albion boss Oscar Garcia has urged his players to enjoy the dramatic conclusion to his first season in charge and give it their all to sneak into the play-offs at Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
At the end of March a hat-trick of defeats without scoring, culminating in a 2-0 loss at home to Middlesbrough, appeared to have wrecked Albion's chances of a top six finish.
Dale Stephens then headed a late equaliser in an eventful 3-3 draw at Blackburn, launching a seven-match unbeaten sequence with three wins, the latest against Yeovil at the Amex on Friday night.
Oscar said: "Two months ago nobody thought we could be there and we are here.
"We wanted to be here, to play these kind of games. As a player you want to play in these kind of games, to show everybody why we are here.
"And as a manager as well I want to play as many games as possible like this, with this atmosphere, this pressure.
"We have to enjoy it because they are exciting games. The best thing you can do is finish the game with a clear mind that you have done everything."
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