Pundit Ian Wright has told The Sun that he thinks Tony Pulis is making the right decision by playing Saido Berahino, Salomon Rondon and Stephane Sessegnon at the same time.
The Baggies picked up a third win in four games on Sunday, as Rondon's goal handed them a 1-0 home win over Manchester United.
That followed on from wins over Everton and Crystal Palace, as well as a point against league leaders Leicester City, as the pressure has eased on manager Tony Pulis.
Pulis has made a major change to his approach, as rather than being the ultra-defensive coach he is seen to be the Welshman has used three talented attackers in recent games - and has been reaping the rewards.
Stephane Sessegnon and Saido Berahino have been used in wide areas, supporting striker Rondon, and the trio have been simply outstanding of late, and were in particularly scintillating form in the 3-2 win over Crystal Palace last month.
Now, pundit Ian Wright has analysed the dangerous Baggies front line on The Sun's podcast, suggesting that they could have been even higher up the table had Pulis used Berahino, Rondon and Sessegnon in this manner earlier in the campaign.
Ultimately though, Wright offered praise to manager Pulis for making the change, and stated that they make the perfect front three with a combination of technical ability and power, posing problems for any defence.
"I think Sessegnon, Berahino and Rondon, if they could have got that going a few months ago...you look at them three, and between the three of them, they tick the boxes of a forward three. There's a lot of quality in Berahino, there's the brute force of Rondon and Sessegnon is very, very technically good and very sharp. To his credit, now finally he has thrown those three in, and you're seeing the quality of them three players," he added.
What have you thought of Berahino, Rondon and Sessegnon's performances?