Tony Pulis is keen for West Bromwich Albion to continue playing with confidence ahead of tonight's match against Burnley.
Pulis's side overcame Leicester City with a 2-1 victory last time out, and with Salomon Rondon passed fit to face the Clarets at The Hawthorns after recovering from a hamstring injury, the Welshamn is upbeat about his side's prospects.
"I think in the Leicester game we most probably had a little bit more confidence about us from the start and that makes a big difference with the players," Pulis told wba.co.uk.
While Rondon is likely to return to lead the line against Burnley, top scorer Nacer Chadli, may yet miss out as he continues to struggle with a knee problem.
"Rondon will be fine for Monday but we will have to make a late call on Nacer," Pulis said in Friday's press conference. "He's on the grass for the first time today."
Any absence for Chadli could mean a third successive Premier League start for Chris Brunt after recovering from a long layoff.