Date: 30th May 2011 at 4:37pm
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Roy Hodgson has said that he remains confident that fans will stick to realistic expectations for next seasons campaign.

Speaking to wba.co.uk Hodgson insisted that Premiership survival was the name of the game next season despite us finishing in a lofty 11th place.

‘I think expectations would be kept in check here. The people at the club are pretty much aware of where we are and what we can do and what we are doing. I don’t think expectations will fly out of control.’

Hodgson goes on to restate that the only way to be successful is to look for year on year improvement as opposed to big jumps in fortunes, as only consistent development can be a bedrock for establishing the club in the league and trying to build towards making the Albion a regular contender for places at the top.

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