Billy Jones insists West Brom must get back to basics and rediscover their team discipline if they are to cause another upset in north London, when they travel to Arsenal in the Barclays Premier League this weekend.
The 24-year-old defender has urged his teammates to take lessons from their defeat to Liverpool, as the Baggies look to replicate last year's 3-2 success at the Emirates Stadium.
"That is what has got us success with the wins over Wolves and Villa," Jones told the Express and Star. "We had 11 players 'bang at it' and buying into the game-plan and that got us the results.
"To beat Liverpool, you've got to have 11 players playing well. I think we started poorly but we will learn from the Liverpool game.
"I am sure, because it is obviously a massive test away to Arsenal."
With 11 points from their opening ten league games, Roy Hodgson's side currently find themselves in 13th position in the table.
But a recent upturn in form prior to Saturday's defeat to the Reds has provided plenty of reason for optimism around the Hawthorns, as West Brom look to push on away from relegation.