Robert Koren remains positive West Brom can bounce straight back to the Premier League this coming season.
The Baggies have endured a turbulent time after losing manager Tony Mowbray, while no-nonsense defender Paul Robinson has joined Bolton.
However, Roberto Di Matteo is now at the helm and they have strengthened their attacking line-up with the addition of Swindon Town's Simon Cox.
Although Jonathan Greening is wanted by Fulham, midfielder Koren is confident there will be no more player departures as the club remain ambitious in their quest to play top-flight football.
"I am really positive so far," the Slovenian told the Express and Star. "I'm sure we will get some players in and I am hoping that nobody will leave the club.
"But I want to go back to the Premier League and if there is somebody in our club who doesn't have the same thinking and the same vision, it's better that he goes to another club.
"Because West Brom will be do everything to get into the Premier League again.
"We lost two or three players but the transfer window is still open so I am sure the manager will bring more quality players in."