Chris Brunt admits West Brom need to turn around their home form starting this weekend against Bolton.
The Baggies have won just one of their first five outings at The Hawthorns this season and go into the clash following back-to-back defeats by Liverpool and Arsenal.
Brunt knows the importance of picking up points at home, especially against the teams that are likely to be around Albion in the table come the end of the season, and has demanded a win this weekend.
"Bolton is a big game," said the Baggies skipper. "For all that's been said about the Arsenal game, results against clubs like that aren't going to shape our season.
"We know we need something from the Bolton game if we're to make progress this season.
"They had a great result before the international break but that won't make any difference to our game nor, I would hope, will the Arsenal game on us.
"Both teams will start with a clean slate and it's important we make the most of being at home.
"Both sides will feel they can win the game and we appreciate that there will be added pressure on us because of our last two games and because we're at The Hawthorns."