“I maintain that,” he said. “It’s always about what you do. If you are too worried about the opposition, then you can take your eye off what your preparations are all about.
“We have good players here and if we apply ourselves well, get the players playing as they can and get the right players on the ball in the correct areas, then we can hurt any team we play against.”
West Brom arrive at the Lane on a run of seven matches without a win in the Premier League and with Keith Downing in place as caretaker manager after the departure of Steve Clarke.
Our 3-2 win at St Mary’s means we enter the Festive period in seventh place, four points behind Chelsea in fourth and only six off top spot.
“Every game is tough,” added Tim. “They’ve had some great results this season, they have an interim manager at the moment and hopefully that uncertainty can help put us on the right track and we can capitalise on that.”