Rosenberg's vow to fans
West Bromwich Albion,
Markus Rosenberg has vowed that West Brom fans have yet to see his true capabilities since his summer arrival at the Hawthorns.
The newly turned 30-year-old Sweden international played his first full 90 minutes for Albion since his summer move from German side Werder Bremen as Steve Clarke's side crashed out of the Capital One Cup with a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Liverpool on Wednesday. And Rosenberg is now keeping his fingers crossed that he is thrust back into the starting XI for Sunday's derby clash against Aston Villa at Villa Park. Looking ahead to the game, the forward claims he is already starting to improve as he gets to grips with the English football. He said on the club's website: "I feel better and better all the time but you can still see that the final pass is not there. "There were too many times on Wednesday when I lost the ball but it's getting better and. I think in the second-half, I came into it better. "I started well in the first 15 minutes, then I came into the middle and the whole team lost their game, including me. Then in the second half it was more 50-50. "It's getting better and I found space really well in the second half between the midfield and defence. "It was just the last pass that was missing."