Neil Cutler has praised the quality and commitment of West Brom's goalkeepers since his arrival at the club.
Former Baggies youngster Cutler was appointed as the club's new goalkeeping coach last month and he has already set about working with stoppers Ben Foster, Boaz Myhill and Alex Palmer.
The 41-year-old, who moved to The Hawthorns from Walsall, has been quick to heap praise on the trio for the way have not only embraced his new methods, but how they have adapted to them so quickly.
'All three of the goalies I'm working with in the first-team structure have been fantastic in terms of buying into my philosophy and what I want - they have been a delight to work with,' Cutler told the club website.
Cutler reserved particular praise for former England stopper Foster, who continues to show a great appetite to improve his game.
He added: 'I'm very pleased with Ben, he has bought into everything I've asked of him. We've implemented a few things into his game and it's already working. It's the best thing about him - that he's willing to try things.'