West Brom boss Tony Mowbray hopes his players show some loyalty to the club of they're relegated.
"We're all in this together," said Mowbray. "It isn't just the manager who has taken the team down and it isn't just the players. If there are players I want to keep, and we get bids for them, my point would be they owe the football club, they owe the fans and they owe their team-mates another crack at it.
"If they are not going and it becomes an issue, they won't play. And if they don't want to play, no problem to me.
"They are going to come in and train every day. That is not being hard-line. That is just life. They are under contract and we all sign contracts in good faith."
The Baggies prop up the table on 25 points and have not won in 11 League games.
Mowbray added: "I don't want to ram home loyalty. It comes from within."