posted on Oct, 7 2004 @ 10:34 AM
Rob Earnshaw insists it will not be long before he opens his goal account for West Brom to help the club secure their place in the Premiership.
The Wales striker lost his place in Gary Megson's starting line-up last weekend when he had to be content with a seat on the subs bench against
But the £3.5m signing - Albion's most expensive player - says he still has to adapt to top-flight football and he knows he has got to be patient in
the coming weeks.
"I know I can do well at this level," stressed Earnshaw. "But I also know I face a lot of hard work to get into the team and that is what I am
prepared to do.
"I have joined Albion to get goals and I have no doubts at all they will soon start to come," he added. "I have scored plenty of goals in the past and
I see no reason why I should not get plenty more in the future."
Earnshaw has notched seven goals in 12 games for Wales after bagging a hatful for his former club Cardiff and he is now hoping he gets the chance to
find the net in Albion's coming games against Norwich and Crystal Palace.