Albion returned to winning ways with a demolision of Leeds United at The Hawthorns.
Goals from Hal Robson-Kanu, Matt Phillips, Harvey Barnes and Dwight Gayle moved Albion back into the promotion push.
Here's who caught our eye.
Sam Johnstone: Made a couple of early saves but was rarely tested. Would've been disappointed not to keep a clean sheet. 6/10.
Tosin Adarabioyo: Has impressed over recent weeks and did well again against the Whites. 7/10.
Craig Dawson: Much more comfortable and comanding in the middle of a back four. 7/10.
Ahmed Hegazi: Played well alongside Craig Dawson. Couldn't hide his disgust at Leeds' late goal. 7/10.
Kieran Gibbs: Another who looked more comfortable in a back four - even though it did curb his attacking instincts. 7/10.
James Morrison: Kept it simple and pushed Albion forward when the game opened up. Much better from Mozza. 7/10.
Jake Livermore: Did well to break up play and protected Albion's back four when Leeds threatened through the middle. 6/10.
Matt Phillips: A welcome return to form for Phillips. Fired Albion's second from long range to cap off a very good performance. 8/10.
Hal Robson-Kanu: His best performance in a Baggies shirt. Worked hard, held the ball up to bring others into play and scored a well worked goal. 9/10
Jay Rodriguez: Worked tirelessly without the ball to close down defenders and to drop into midfield when United had possesion. Just needed a goal to top off his performance. 8/10.
Harvey Barnes: Had to do more defensive work to help out but was a willing worker. Did well to get into some dangerous positions and closed the game with Albion's third. 7/10.
Dwight Gayle: Showed how important his is for Albion in his ten minute cameo with his cheeky back-heeled goal. One he had no right to score. 7/10.
Tyrone Mears: Had little to do in the final couple of minutes but couldn't help Albion keep a clean sheet. 6/10.
Rekeem Harper: Came on for the final seconds. 6/10.