The 33-year-old has disappointed the Baggies faithful lately.
West Brom fans certainly aren't the type to quickly forget what someone has done for the club.
But there comes a time for every player when their past achievements become just that - the past.
It's an age-old debate in football, brought to the surface repeatedly thanks to Arsene Wenger at Arsenal. His titles are what's keeping him in a job right now. But how long ago were those titles?
For West Brom supporters, there's a similar theme surrounding Jonas Olsson at the moment. Indeed, many criticised his performance against Norwich City on Saturday afternoon and, while the Canaries tried their hearts out in a bid to boost their survival hopes, this was a poor result for the Baggies.
Olsson has served the club well over the years. But is he just no longer good enough for West Brom?
That's what some fans have been saying on Twitter after the 1-0 loss...
Don't want to slag big Olsson but surely we have stop accommodating him, Evans is wasted at LB #wba— Jason A Hickman (@HurricaneHic147) March 19, 2016
Lacked so much quality today. Olsson, Dawson and Fletcher all awful #wba— Lewis (@lewis_harbon) March 19, 2016
Olsson was a comical 2/10 I'd have kept him on for a laugh. Fletcher could not pass or tackle 3/10 #wba— David Baker (@DavidBaker70) March 19, 2016
No stand-out stars for us this afternoon, but Olsson was particularly poor at the back. Very clumsy, very sloppy, very unreliable. #wba— Baggies Galore (@BaggiesGalore) March 19, 2016
Love what Jonas Olsson has done for the club but we simply must let him go and replace him this summer #wba— Ricci Dunn (@B_H_Baggie) March 19, 2016
Evans is wasted at left back too. Baffled as to why Olsson kept his place over Chester when he's badly out of form. Simple decision imo #wba— Alex Fellows (@AlexFellows4690) March 19, 2016
I thank Olsson for everything he has contributed in his time here, but we've moved on now. He's simply not good enough anymore #wba— Alex Fellows (@AlexFellows4690) March 19, 2016
Pulis not to blame in my opinion. Same team bar Evans. Players let Manager, fans & club down.— Richard Baggie Smith (@Albionwestand) March 19, 2016
Yacob MOTM! Olsson dire as always! #wba