Great game tonight! i thank God,my mates and all WBA supporters for Believing... pic.twitter.com/bbpsPPOoHe— Ideye Brown MON (@OfficialIdeye) February 11, 2015
It was important to get back to winning ways for West Brom last night against Swansea City.
The Baggies had previously gone two games without victory - hitherto unheard of during Tony Pulis's reign - and goals from Brown Ideye, his second in two, and Saido Berahino gave them a 2-0 win against the Swans.
Ideye had only scored once in the Premier League all season before last weekend's 2-2 draw with Burnley. Now, the West Brom striker looks a man in form.
He celebrated with the above tweet on social media and will no doubt hope his form has changed for good.
Berahino, meanwhile, didn't take to Twitter per sé but did retweet a message from Ian Wright, who was referring to the headlines surrounding Berahino's off-field behaviour after his goal against Swansea.
Craig Gardner also tweeted, praising his West Brom team-mates Ideye and Berahino and congratulating a 'first-class' performance.
The Swansea result was a much needed one for West Brom as Pulis's Baggies jumped up to 14th in the Premier League table - but are still only four points above the relegation zone.
West Brom's next clash comes in the FA Cup this Saturday, when they host West Ham. Swansea, meanwhile, are not involved in the Cup so host Manchester United in the league the following weekend.