West Brom manager Steve Clarke has challenged his players to set even higher standards during the second half of the campaign.
A 2-1 home win over Norwich on Saturday ended a four-game sequence without a win, and Clarke said: "I said to the players after the game that they can be really pleased with their efforts. To be sitting on 30 points before the halfway stage is a good achievement for them."
He went on: "We can use that as a springboard and an inspiration to do even better during the second half of the season.
"It has given us a great platform to build on for 2013 and we will give everything in the remaining games to complete the job we have started."
Clark added: "Although our recent performances have lacked the spark of games earlier in the season, there is still a lot to be pleased with.
"We have managed to set very high standards as a group right from day one and have only very rarely and briefly dropped away from them.
"What has been achieved represents a good return for nearly six months of hard work put in by the players since returning for pre-season."