West Brom defender Jonny Evans wants the club to dream big in light of their impressive form this term.

The former Manchester United player want the team to overthrow Premier League rivals Everton from the seventh spot and earn European football action next term.

West Brom have been in decent form, placing eight in the standings. With 13 games left this season, they hope to continue with their four-game unbeaten run to usurp the Toffees to seventh place.

“Everton are still four points ahead of us, we want to catch Everton, that’s the next aim. You’re always looking above you. West Ham are trying to catch us. We haven’t talked about specific targets. I know the manager will say we get to 40 points and work from there, exactly like Leicester City did last season,” Evans said.

DARREN FLETCHER SET TO CONTINUE INCREDIBLE RUN correspondent Adam Marshall has heaped praises on former Manchester United stalwart Darren Fletcher who has been on an incredible run since switching sides in 2015.

Since Fletcher’s move to West Brom, the former Manchester United midfielder has impressed on many fronts and Adam marshal believes the midfielder is once Again set to impress when West Brom play Manchester United on Saturday.

When his former employers Manchester United announced the former Scot international was battling with ulcerative in 2011, many feared that his career was at stake considering the rigors and demands of being a midfielder in the premier league.

Nonetheless, hope seems to return once again to the midfielder as he successfully had an operation in 2013 that made it possible for the Scot to salvage his career. In a show of support, former Manchester United Boss, decided to reference the midfielder who had played an integral part in his success at old Trafford in his farewell speech having called pulled the curtain to his stellar career as a manager.

Darren Fletcher In Better Form This Year

If you look back at the month of March you will find news about Darren Fletcher.

At that time West Brom was welcoming Manchester United and Darren Fletcher had stated that he had no qualms about having left the club. He is the skipper of West Brom; many people were wondering what kind of reaction the skipper would have about his present club welcoming the skipper’s previous club. The Scot had left Manchester United in 2015 in the month of February. He had joined West Brom since then.

Darren Fletcher had got back to form this year. By March he was about to make his 35th appearance in the current season. That was much more than the number of matches he had played when he had been with Manchester United. The last two years he had been with Manchester United saw him battling a bowel disease that left him out of many matches. Indeed, many had wondered whether Darren would get back to form again.

Darren Fletcher’s career with Manchester United progressed

As Darren Fletcher’s career with Manchester United progressed, the Scottish midfielder was getting fewer and fewer playing time in Old Trafford. In the previous 3 seasons of Darren Fletcher, he was able to get less than 30 appearances and the player eventually decided to continue his career by making a move to another club where his chances on getting into the main team are higher.

On February of 2015, Fletcher signed for West Bromwich Albion on a free transfer and has even turned into the captain of the Premier League club.

Fletcher has so far made 7 appearances in his new club, West Bromwich Albion and the veteran midfielder stated that he feels better than ever now that he is able to make consistent appearances for his team after having left Manchester United and recovered from the ulcerative colitis which he suffered from some time ago.

“Since I’ve been back I’ve felt great, the first few matches you’re looking to get your match rhythm back but I really feel it’s there now.With every game I feel stronger and I’m loving every minute.Even after playing 90 minutes last weekend I felt I could go straight out and play again.” The Scottish player Darren Fletcher said as he revealed his satisfaction in performing regularly for a club.