The new West Bromwich Albion manager will be looking to get off to a winning start against Crystal Palace tomorrow.
Baggies boss Alan Pardew sat down to address the media ahead of his side's clash with Crystal Palace at the Hawthorns tomorrow, and responded to a question asking him if he intends on bringing Grzegorz Krychowiak back into the starting line-up, as quoted by the club's official website.
West Brom are in desperate need of points, and fast, with just two points separating them and 18th placed West Ham United.
The Black Country outfit welcome Palace to the Hawthorns tomorrow, and Roy Hodgson's side are in even more desperate need of the points than Pardew's men are, so the Baggies will most definitely not have things all their own way.
One player who could play a key role against the Eagles is Grzegorz Krychowiak, and Pardew responded to reporters when asked if he would recall the Polish international to the starting XI for tomorrow's game, in place of talented youngster Sam Field, as quoted by WBAFC.co.uk:
"They're very, very different players; one with international and Champions League experience, one a youth team player coming through the ranks having just scored his first goal for the Football Club. I will look at them with that in mind as well as what they do on the training ground because you have to respect players who have achieved things and achieved certain standards.Going forward, I hope to get the best out of both of them. Where they are at the weekend? You'll have to wait and see."
A win against the south London outfit could take West Brom as high as 12th in the Premier League table, if other results go their way of course, and having someone with Krychowiak's class and experience in the team would surely enhance their chances fo doing jsut that.