West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis not thinking towards January

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Tony Pulis is simply thinking about helping West Bromwich Albion pick up wins in their upcoming fixtures.

Tony Pulis has told Sky Sports that West Bromwich Albion have not even started to plan for the January transfer window.

The Baggies have been linked with a number of players in the build up to the new year, while Saido Berahino’s future at the Hawthorns continues to be speculated on.

However, Pulis insists that he has not thought about arrivals or departures yet, as he is too concerned with helping the Baggies to pick up points in their coming matches over the busy festive period.

“It must be transfer window time,” he said. “I haven't got a clue. I haven't spoken to Jeremy [Peace, chairman] about the window yet and about what we want to do and don't want to do. We're more concerned about the games leading up to January 1.

"You can't do anything at the moment. My mind is totally and utterly focused on what we've got. They are tough games. We need to go to Anfield and put in a good performance."

West Brom appeared to have a tough run of fixtures over the Christmas period, but they have been in impressive form of late.

Pulis’ side have beaten Arsenal, and picked up credible draws against Tottenham Hotpsur and West Ham United in their last three matches.

That run of form has put them into a comfortable mid-table spot, and they are some way clear of the relegation zone.

Pulis is unlikely to want to rest on his laurels though, and there have been suggestions from within the club, that West Brom could look to add two new players in January.

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