Huddlestone wants to catch West Brom this weekend before Tony Pulis has time to change the struggling Baggies.
"They will be geared up with a new manager but on the other hand he might have not had enough time to implement his ideas," he said.
"We know it is a game that is going to come around and it is a massive game with the league positions of both clubs so hopefully we can go out there and do ourselves justice.
"It is half a six pointer. And I don't know if changing managers always helps. Obviously Palace were dead and buried and they came up and finished mid-table in the end.
"It can work but equally Cardiff and [Fulham and Norwich] they changed their managers and it didn't benefit so it can work both ways but clubs who have stuck by their managers have reaped the rewards as West Ham United have shown this season."
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