Albion have lost just one league game in the past two months under Pulis, taking 13 points from the 24 available.
In February West Brom earned draws at Burnley and Sunderland, while beating Swansea and Southampton at The Hawthorns.
And the former Stoke and Crystal Palace manager is convinced another 10 points will be enough to keep West Brom in the Premier League for next season, when he plans to reshape his squad.
Pulis said: ???It???s a fabulous month and we needed a month like that really to give us the impetus hopefully to push on and get the points that we need.
???There are 10 games to go and were are still desperately in need of the points ??? 10 more points, if we can get 10 more points we get to 40 points, we???ll be OK.
???The supporters will be absolutely delighted for us just to get through this.
???I think they understand and they know there will be lots of changes at the end of the season right through the club, so we just need to get through this period.???
Tottenham striker Kane, meanwhile, has won the Player of the Month award for the second time in succession.
Kane added the February prize to his January gong, and joins former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler, ex-Arsenal talisman Dennis Bergkamp and former Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo in picking up back-to-back awards.
The 21-year-old is already excited at the prospect of becoming the first player to claim Player of the Month three times running.
And Kane has started March well, scoring both goals in Tottenham???s 2-1 victory over Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.
???To make history would be something very special,??? Kane said. ???Obviously I???ve scored a couple so far this month.
???Still a few more games to go, so hopefully I???ll get a few more goals and we???ll see what happens, but I???m looking forward to the games ahead.???
Kane did not make his first league start for Spurs until November, but he has scored 16 league goals this season.
???It???s happened quite fast but I???ve always said I had belief in myself. I just waited for the chance, been patient, and being ready to take it, and I think I???ve been able to do that.
???I???ve just loved every minute of playing. I???m enjoying my football so much at the moment playing with my mates, we have a great team and a great squad, and looking forward to the rest of the games.???