Albion boss Tony Pulis snapped up the 27-year-old Wales international forward on a Bosman free transfer after he departed Reading at the end of last season.
Robson-Kanu linked up with Albion on transfer deadline day after enjoying a summer break following his exploits in the summer when he helped Wales reach the semi-finals of Euro 2016 in France.
His lack of match fitness has worked against him and he has since found it difficult to force his way into the side because of Salomon Rondon's form.
Robson-Kanu has only made eight substitute appearances but is adamant he made the right move to link up with Albion.
He told the Express & Star: "I'm really enjoying it. It's a fantastic club to be at, the manager’s great, the players are great.
"Everyone knows their jobs, everyone is willing to work hard and contribute to picking up results. It’s a great club to be a part of."
A top-10 finish is the target for the club this season and Robson-Kanu can see no reason why they can't achieve their aim.
He added: "We've got a strong squad, a strong team. We just have to keep working hard to pick up results and hopefully we'll shoot up the table."