The Baggies are currently on a run of four successive Premier League wins for the time since 1980. Steve Clarke's side are a point ahead of Chelsea after the Blues drew 0-0 against Manchester City on Sunday.
West Brom have an impressive record this term with boss Clarke opting for attacking style and have impressive record at home except for one against Manchester City. In seven home games, they have six inclding wins over Liverpool, Everton and Chelsea.
With lack of big names and very little activity in the transfer market, West Brom are in a 'false position' as suggested by football critics. If the work put in continues, they could end up playing in the Champions League, but that's easy to say.
This is their best start in 59 years, claiming eight wins two draws and three losses in 13 games. West Brom now travel to the Liberty Stadium to face Swansea City on Wednesday night.