Tony Pulis has called on his West Brom side to give an improved performance when they return to north London to face title-chasing Tottenham on Monday night.
The Baggies were easily beaten 2-0 at Arsenal on Thursday and are back in the capital just four days later for a clash with Mauricio Pochettino's men.
Pulis admitted he may have made mistakes in the preparation for a rare Thursday night outing for his outfit and conceded they deserved nothing from their Emirates Stadium defeat.
But now the Welshman wants to see more from his players at White Hart Lane as they look to play their part in an enthralling Premier League title race.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis is expected to speak to chairman Jeremy Peace about a new contract in the summer.
The pair will to hold wide-ranging talks which will include discussions over Pulis' future, Press Association Sport understands.
Pulis will have a year left on his deal at the end of the season and, despite fans' frustration this season over their playing style, has ensured the Baggies have avoided serious relegation danger this term.
Owner Peace and Pulis have a good working relationship and any talks will be transparent with both knowing where they stand.
Former Stoke and Crystal Palace boss Pulis is known to want to make significant changes to the squad after failing to land several targets over the last few transfer windows.
Tony Pulis is wary of facing the reigning Premier League champions despite their slow start to the season.
Chelsea travel to The Hawthorns on Sunday looking for their first win of the campaign after being humbled 3-0 at title rivals Manchester City last week.
The Baggies beat Chelsea 3-0 at home at the end of last season but, even after their stuttering opening, Pulis dismissed suggestions the champions are in trouble.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has lauded the ability of West Brom boss Tony Pulis to get the best out of his players and teams.
Mourinho takes his Premier League champions to The Hawthorns for Monday's penultimate game of the season, with Albion safe after Pulis' arrival.
"If I own an English club, I sign Tony Pulis. It's as simple as that," Mourinho said.
"He's a guarantee to achieve what the club wants.
"He never managed a club that wants to be champion, he never managed a club that wants top four, he is always managing clubs that want to survive and want stability. Tony is mathematics. What the club wants, he gives.
"His record is absolutely amazing."
Tony Pulis has left Stoke City after seven years in charge at the Britannia Stadium, the club has confirmed.
A short statement on the club's website said: "Stoke City and Tony Pulis confirm that they have mutually agreed that Tony will leave the Club with immediate effect."
Tony Pulis is set to leave Stoke City after seven years in charge, according to The Daily Telegraph.
The Welshman guided Stoke to Europe and an FA Cup final during his second spell at the club, having been in charge previously from 2002 to 2005.
Stoke manager Tony Pulis has spoken of his pride after being chosen to carry the Olympic flame through the streets of the city on Thursday.