West Brom midfielder Darren Fletcher says the Baggies are relishing taking on Spurs, Liverpool and Man City in their next three games.
West Brom have secured nine points from their first seven games to sit ninth in the table. However, following the international break, Albion play three sides who will all be hoping to mount title challenges this season in a tough-looking run of fixtures for Tony Pulis' men.
Fletcher, who is currently away with Scotland, says they should not approach the games with a sense of fear, though, and instead he feels they can pick up more vital points in the next few weeks.
He said: "We have some tough games to play when we come back from the international break. It's been a solid start to our season but I think we could've had a few more points to our name. We are slightly disappointed not to be a few points better off, but at the same time, it's been a good solid start.
"Now we have some strong teams to play. Those bigger games have tended to suit us on a few occasions though in recent seasons."
He added in the Express & Star: "We rise to the challenge and we did very well in them last season. Hopefully we can do the same this time around."