West Brom boss Darren Moore addressed the media after last night's draw with Nottingham Forest, and shared how his side's determination to keep fighting until the very end really pleased him, as quoted by the Birmingham Mail.
The Baggies were far from their best at the Hawthorns last night, but despite dropping two points against Forest, they still sit in fourth spot in the Championship table, just four points adrift of the automatic promotion places.
West Brom have been fairly inconsistent this season, but as things stand, Moore will still fancy his side's chances of gaining promotion come May.
The Baggies boss spoke to reporters in the aftermath of last night's draw, and praised his team for the manner in which they kept going, despite being nowhere near their best, as quoted by the Birmingham Mail:
"I'm delighted with the point if I'm honest. The performance, when I look back at it now, the word I'd use is lethargic. It wasn't just one or two it was the whole team really. I think maybe it's just the volume of games. I know it's a 46-game season but the volume of games caught up with us tonight. We weren't fluid. We gave them a goal and that gave us a mountain to climb. The positive for me was the way they kept going until the end.”
Next up for West Brom is back-to-back away games against Aston Villa and Queens Park Rangers respectively, and Moore's side will be desperate to take maximum points from those outings, as they look to push on and keep pace with the top two.