West Brom skipper Jonathan Greening says manager Tony Mowbray should sell if he wants to top up his summer transfer budget.
"I think it's always good to freshen things up," said Greening. "The chairman has obviously got a very good business head on him and the last time we were down there he got very good money for people like Kamara, Koumas and Curtis Davies.
"He got some excellent money for them and Nathan Ellington.
"He knows if he can get the right money for the right players and get other players in to help us for less money - they'll think about it.
"The chairman's a clever guy, who doesn't risk much money, so we'll see.
"Hopefully we'd keep the basis of the squad there and the chairman and gaffer can identify players to help us get straight back up and be stronger for it.
"The gaffer and chairman will identify targets to bring in if we do go down. Players the manager thinks will make the team stronger next year.
"Hopefully we'd bounce straight back."