Tony Pulis praises West Bromwich Albion squad's character

West Bromwich Albion have had to come from behind in their last three matches.

Tony Pulis has expressed his delight at West Bromwich Albion squad’s character in the Express and Star.

West Brom have had to come form behind in their last three matches against Arsenal, West Ham United and Totenham Hotspur.

And the spirit the side has shown in their most recent outings has pleased Pulis, who says that he tries hard to engrain that never-say-die mentality into every squad he has managed.

“The really pleasing thing is that we’ve played three really good sides and we’ve conceded the first goal and then come back,” said Pulis.

“And that shows great character which is everything I would want my team, my club, to have.”

West Brom started their impressive run of form by overturning a one-goal deficit against Arsenal.

The Baggies fell behind against the Gunners, but they ended up winning the match 2-1, and they have taken that momentum into their most recent matches.

West Brom drew 1-1 with West Ham United at Upton Park, after putting in an excellent second-half performance.

And they were then undeterred when Dele Alli put Spurs into the lead at the Hawthorns at the weekend, as James McClean scored a header which helped them to grab a point.

The Baggies’ three-game unbeaten streak has pushed them up to 13th place in the Premier League table – six points clear of the relegation zone.

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