Morrison queries Albion's ambition

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Stand-in skipper James Morrison has questioned West Brom's transfer policy and urged the club to bring in new players if they want to become an established force in the Barclays Premier League.

Midfielder Morrison feels Albion "just settle for being in the Premier League" and could achieve more if head coach Roy Hodgson was given additional backing. The club's major shareholder Jeremy Peace has always run a tight financial ship at the Hawthorns and seen Albion yo-yo in between the top flight and the Championship.

But Morrison believes Hodgson has stopped that trend and can take the club to new heights with greater financial support. When asked if he expected Albion to sign anyone before the transfer window closes on Tuesday, Morrison said: "I doubt it!"

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