Brown Ideye believes games against Queens Park Rangers and Leicester City are must wins for the Baggies if they are to ensure safety in the EPL.
The 26-year old who could return to action in Saturday’s match, urged his teammates to go all out to win both games.
“I think we should go for six,” he said, when asked how many more points are needed. “People mention three but I’m not comfortable with three.
“In football, you don’t know what will happen in the next minute so getting six points for us would be good.
“The next two games are massive. We are playing at home so we have to concentrate on giving our fans what we need, which is three points, so we have to go for it and make sure we grab it.”
Ideye who has racked in five goals in his last eight games since his club record £10million signing from Dynamo Kiev.
“Even when things weren’t going well with me, I kept on working hard,” he said.
“It was unfortunate that things only turned out this way when Tony was here but I had a chat with him and he told me to keep on working hard.
“That’s what I was doing even when Alan Irvine was here and things just didn’t work out the way they were supposed to be.
“But I am enjoying my football right now and I will just take it one step at a time.