"I am a bit disappointed because we were two goals up with not long to go. But sometimes these things happen," he said.
"You can criticise the players for conceding from set plays but I would rather slap them all on the back and say it was a fantastic game.
"I don't think many teams will come here and take the game to Albion and give them a lesson at times.
"I am disappointed we have conceded from set plays and an own goal but it was a great game.
"Both teams played some super football. Albion play well but we shut all that down.
"When we go forward we have a lot of power and pace and I think we gave Albion a bit of a fright."
"You have got to give great credit to the players for the way they went after the game.
"There are a few disappointed players in the dressing room because we did not win the game and that says a lot when we were 2-0 and 3-1 down.
"The opportunities were there to win the game late on but if you enjoy football it was a great spectacle.
"It was a fabulous effort by us to muster such a drive in the second half.
"We said before the game that we were playing a very good side and that if we could not get the intensity in our game we would struggle because they are as good a passing team as there is in the division.
"When we found the intensity we showed what a quality team we can be as well.
"We tapped into our resources and it is a great credit to the drive, desire and determination of the team to get a point that could be very important at the end of the season."