Date: 17th May 2016 at 7:10am
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Centre half and often full back Craig Dawson has a personal reason for pleasure as West Bromwich Albion brought the curtain down on the 2015/16 season against Liverpool.

Taking a point on the day, Dawson started all 38 Premier League games to make him one of only two ever presents for head coach Tony Pulis this season.

The other was skipper Darren Fletcher.

Having found the net four times this year away from his preferred and usual centre half spot, a delighted Dawson reflected on the campaign and told wba.co.uk that he felt it was an important marker in his own continued development to have started each and every league game, and now he’s looking forward to next season and better, both for himself, but also West Brom given how results in the last few games largely fizzled out after hitting the magical 40 point mark in the league table.

‘To play 38 games is a great achievement for me. I feel as though I have had a good season and that I have performed well in those 38 games. The Premier League is the hardest league in the world and it takes some effort to play right the way through the season.’

Reflecting more on the year that Albion have had, and his experiences of playing at right full back this campaign, he ended his brief interview by saying.

‘We have done well as a squad but there are improvements needed for next season. I have been playing out of position at right back but I have enjoyed it and I feel as though I have learnt a lot.’

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