Baggies ace eyes winning finish
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Fit-again West Brom midfielder Graham Dorrans has revealed that the players are looking to beat last year's tally of 47 points.
The Scotland international, who scored Albion's goal in Saturday's 1-0 win against QPR, has endured a difficult year since Roy Hodgson took over at the Hawthorns due to an ankle injury which was followed by other niggling problems.
However, Dorrans has been fit for the past three months and is hoping to feature heavily in Albion's final four matches of the season, which includes a trip to Liverpool this weekend, followed by a visit of Aston Villa, a game at Bolton and a season-ending clash with Arsenal at the Hawthorns.
West Brom are currently in 13th spot and five points shy of last season's finishing total so Dorrans revealed that the aim for the run-in is to surpass that and finish as high up the table as possible.
He said in the Birmingham Mail: "We want four wins. I don't see why we can't. We need to keep going and we can't be slacking off.
"We will keep going until the very last minute of the very last game in the hope that we finish above as many teams as we can.
"That's what we'll be looking to do and we'll be working hard in the last four games.
"Hopefully we can win all four. They will be tough games but we will keep going.
"We need as many points as we can for the fans and everyone involved.
"We've got a good squad and we know we're capable of competing, pushing into the top half of the table and pushing on from there."