West Brom striker Vydra eager to meet with Mel

Matej Vydra says West Bromwich Albion was left frustrated after defeat to Southampton.

Matej Vydra says West Bromwich Albion was left frustrated after defeat to Southampton.

The Baggies lie just three points off the relegation zone and frontman Vydra has highlighted the importance of hitting the ground running at The Hawthorns.

"We lost so we don't have any points," he said. "We need to win the next game against Everton.

"I have not spoken to the new manager as he comes on Tuesday for the first training.

"He was at Real Betis and the last year I think he got them into the Europa League, so he is a good manager.

"He is Spanish and plays with a European style, so I am looking forward to playing under him.

"We don't have a lot of time to prepare and we need to win the next game. It is most important."

 
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