HAL ROBSON-KANU could be included in the West Brom squad for the first time.
The Wales striker has been building up his fitness since signing for the club at the end of last month and he might make the bench against the Hammers.
James Morrison is also nearing a return from his hamstring problems but Saturday's match may come too soon for the midfielder.
Pulis's position has come under scrutiny in recent weeks, following reports he was frustrated with the club's low-key activity during the transfer window.
But things are looking rosier at The Hawthorns after it was taken over by a Chinese investment group.
Yunyi Guokai Sports Development Limited, led by Chinese entrepreneur Guochuan Lai, formally completed its takeover of the Premier League club on Thursday.
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Former chairman Jeremy Peace is expected to remain at The Hawthorns in an advisory capacity, with former chief executive John Williams replacing him as chairman.
"I don't think the new owners will change too much from the way Jeremy has run the football club," Pulis told his pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday's home game with West Ham United.
"I'm pleased, the chairman and the new owner are pleased to get the deal done. It's been going on for a while, so they'll be pleased that it's all sorted and done."
West Brom likely: Foster, Dawson, McAuley, Evans, Galloway, Field, Yacob, Fletcher, Phillips, Chadli, Berahino.