West Bromwich Albion's James Morrison celebrates scoring their second goal against Burnley
West Bromwich Albion fans have, unsurprisingly, been left in a buoyant mood after watching their side cruise to an emphatic 4-0 victory over Burnley on Monday night.
Tony Pulis' men went into the game having won just three times all season. And while one of those victories had come in their most recent outing, the timing of the international break largely prevented them from capitalising on the momentum that came from that win over Leicester.
Nevertheless, the Baggies thrashed Sean Dyche's side at the Hawthorns with most of the damage being done in the first-half.
Matt Phillips - the Albion's hero against the Foxes last time out - opened the scoring after just four minutes before James Morrison and Darren Fletcher ensured that the home side went into the break 3-0 ahead.
West Bromwich Albion's James Morrison scores
Salomon Rondon would add a fourth shortly after the hour mark to confirm that West Brom would jump above their opponents in the table and into ninth, just three points adrift of Everton and Manchester United in seventh and sixth respectively.
Picking out a man of the match from the game would have been a hugely difficult task. But while several of his teammates also received plenty of plaudits, Morrison's display was one of the key talking points amongst West Brom fans who took to Twitter after the game.
What is it that we are doing differently and making the fans happy ...... Simple JAMES MORRISON #wba man of the match for me tonight— kirsty (@WbaKirsty) 21 November 2016
Fantastic performance tonight! Morrison MOTM for me! #wba ⚽️— Marianne Sommerville (@MariannexS) 21 November 2016
Wow!— James Downing (@jimmythewhack) 21 November 2016
Quality tonight all the way through the team but Morrison and Rondon were on fire!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! #wba
Brilliant display tonight #wba - Morrison, Brunt, Dawson superb & Rondon was awesome!!— JCorz (@JohnCorfield7) 21 November 2016
Jimmy morrison has started last 2 games, we beat the champions on their own patch and then smash a team 4-0, coincidence? #wba— Chris Caddick (@cadders10) 21 November 2016
Brunt, Morrison, Rondon superb. Morrison once again saying what a quality player he is. Criminal that we almost let him go in summer. #wba— Joel Penn (@Joelwba) 21 November 2016
#wba two great performances back to back coinciding with Morrison being back in the team. He makes a massive difference to us.— Paul Gainham MBAEC (@PaulGainham) 21 November 2016
James Morrison played like a man possessed tonight, he, Rondon and Brunt were exceptional. Everyone gave at least a 7/10 performance. #WBA— Nathan Bliss (@Nathan_Bliss14) 21 November 2016