Date: 26th October 2015 at 4:25pm
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Goalkeeper Boaz Myhill has given his thoughts following the one nil victory over Norwich City at the weekend.

Speaking to wba.co.uk in his own post game interview, Myhill obviously heaped praise on goal scoring Salomon Rondon and eching the thoughts of head coach Tony Pulis, he said there was a lot more to come from the striker because the players see it on the training pitch.

‘He’s been repaying his fee ever since he got here. His hold up play is brilliant, he runs the channels unbelievably well and when you start adding goals to that then everybody at the club will be delighted for him because he’s a great lad and he’s worked really hard ever since he’s been here.’

With all four wins this season coming from 1-0 scorelines, Myhill went on to talk about the game and our habit of keeping clean sheets and it’s something that pleases him.

‘We`re paid to get points and at times we can play open expansive football. We played through the pitch nicely at times here – but then again would your fans rather you played open football and lost? I don’t know. We played very, very good defensive football after we got the goal, and we restricted what is a very good side to not many chances and we’re delighted with our points.’

The stopper ended his interview by talking about the growing togetherness within the camp and feels we are starting to click nicely now, especially going forward.

‘All of us together are absolutely buzzing for the three points. We’re doing it together again it’s another great team performance. The manager is massive and there’s a togetherness. Everything we do we do as a team, and you can tell that I think. On the pitch everybody will go that extra yard for their teammates and its reaping dividends for us at the minute.’

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