Pascal Gross believes he has taken his chance in the first team this season.
Having been directly involved in four of Albion’s 15 Premier League goals this campaign, and scored penalties in the last two matches against Liverpool and Southampton, the German wants to keep contributing.
“It helps any player when you start a couple of games - you build confidence. Obviously in any Premier League team there are always lots of good players so you have to fight for your place.
“Then you have to train very hard, build confidence and you can take it into the game. And that's what I tried to do.
“I've not changed a lot to get into the team. I just do what the manager asks of me, I try my best and try to be myself. I always do, but we have a lot of players so it’s not easy for the manager to make those [selection] decisions.”
Gross believes Albion can take points off of Leicester City on Sunday.
“I think Leicester are a really good team with excellent players and they are always tough to play against.
“But we always create chances, we are a good team. We should believe we can win every game.”
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