Gareth Barry has taken it upon himself to thank West Brom supporters for sticking with the side during what has been a difficult run of results for new manager Alan Pardew.
The Baggies were applauded as they left the field at the Hawthorns following a goalless draw with Everton on Boxing Day.
The veteran midfielder has called for the club and fans to stay unified as Albion attempt to turn fortunes around in the tricky upcoming fixture against Arsenal on New Year's Day on the club'sofficial website.
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"Considering the situation we’re in and the run we’re on I thought the crowd were fantastic," said Barry.
"It only takes one result sometimes to turn a season.
"The main thing is that we all stick together."
Pardew speaking after the game concurred with Barry's comments and admitted: "
"The fans were brilliant, they stayed with us and tried to help us.