What better way to celebrate Dean Wilkins's 60th birthday than by looking back at his final day free-kick that secured Albion's place in the 1990/91 Second Division play-offs.
Going into the last day of the season, Albion needed a victory in order to climb into the top six.
But with 89 goalless minutes played against Ipswich Town at the Goldstone, it looked as if we would fall just short.
However, Albion won a free-kick on the edge of the box and up stepped Wilkins, who found the back of the net, sending the home crowd into raptures.
A trip to Wembley
Having beaten Millwall over two legs, Albion were 90 minutes away from a return to the top-tier.
Notts County would be the team celebrating on the day though, as goals from Tommy Johnson and Dave Regis put the Magpies 3-0 up, before Wilkins fired in a late consolation goal.