"There was a lot of effort and drive from the players.
"Lee Hughes seems to have that sixth sense that some strikers have when he pops up at just the right time.
"We are now entering what I feel is the most important three months in the history of the club.
"We can really push on now and put the club where they have only been once in the last 25 years and start moving in a different direction."
"When you come to a club like West Brom you will get three or four chances and you have to take them.
"We had two good early chances and we did not take them.
"We played to our maximum but West Brom have the ability to grind out a result and at the moment we do not.
"I felt that we deserved to draw the game as we matched West Brom in all areas of the field. But we just paid the price for not taking those chances."