Billy Jones wants trio of records at West Brom

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West Brom defender Billy Jones has targeted a strong finish to the season and hopes his team can break three club records in the process.

Steve Clarke's team have had an impressive season and are just three points away from recording their best-ever points total in the Premier League. 

On top of the 47 points haul to better, they are also looking to surpass their most ever wins in a Premier League season and are currently level with last year's total of 13. 

The third record that Jones and his team mates will be looking to rewrite is the highest finishing position to a Premier Division campaign, a finish of 9th or better would surely secure all three records. 

Jones made it clear to The Express & Star that everyone involved at the club had a clear goal and that the manager and players were all pushing for the same targets. 

"We have talked about our targets weekly and we want to reach 50 points, finish within the top eight and get the record number of wins in the Premier League," he said.

“Those targets are still the same and they are still achievable with five games to go.”

The Hawthorns has been treated to two very solid points totals before this season and for a new manager in Clarke to come in and push on from there is, according to Jones, very impressive. 

"For a first season as a new gaffer, he’s got to be really happy. He sets really high standards and doesn’t accept anything less," he concluded.

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