West Brom are Evens favourites in bwin’s 2020-21 Premier League relegation odds after securing automatic promotion under Slaven Bilic.
The Baggies finished bottom of the table when last playing at this level three seasons ago but had spent eight years in the top flight.
Outgoing midfielder Chris Brunt said: “We’ll be wanting to be a Premier League team for many years like we did before.
“It doesn’t happen overnight, it’s difficult, but recruitment is going to be a big part of it.
“If you look at the teams that have gone up last year, Sheffield United are the ones that have done really well.
“The teams who are going up can take inspiration from that, hopefully we can do the same.”
Championship winners Leeds are as big as 7/2 to go straight back down after Marcelo Bielsa helped them back up to elite level for the first time since 2004.
Full-back Stuart Dallas told LUTV: “We’ve waited for this for a long time, the club has been through so much over the last 16 years and to see what it means to everybody is a feeling I can’t describe.
“This is for everybody, we do our job on the pitch, but off the pitch it is a collective team game and nothing is possible without everyone involved.
“The fans deserve it more than anybody and I’d like to thank them for everything, they’ve stuck by us through thick and thin.”
Continuity key for Cottagers
Fulham completed the trio of promoted teams after beating Brentford in a dramatic play-offs final at Wembley and are also Evens to go straight back down.
Scott Parker has vowed the Cottagers will learn lessons from their mistakes last time in the Premier League and will not make drastic changes.
Despite spending over £100million on eight permanent signings, plus five high-profile loans, ahead of the 2018-19 campaign, the London club shipped 81 goals and finished 19th.
“You can’t build teams with drastic changes and drastic swings of players, you can’t do that,” Parker said.
“This team have been around myself for the best part of 15 months and they’ve improved, improved and improved.
“A lot more improvement needs to be done, for sure, but I am happy with where we are.
“Of course, we will need additions, we are going into the biggest league there is and we will need to add, but for sure no drastic changes.”
Aston Villa are 7/4 in bwin’s 2020-21 Premier League relegation odds after narrowly avoiding the drop last term.
Dean Smith’s side drew 1-1 at West Ham on the final day to finish one point above Bournemouth and Watford.
Co-owners Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens told the club website: “This past season we were able to navigate a very difficult transition into the Premier League and are happy with the effort to stay up.
“But we will not be satisfied until we achieve our goal of bringing sustainable success to Aston Villa at the top tier of European football.”
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