Date: 28th November 2016 at 6:49pm
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Head coach Tony Pulis has given his thoughts on the score draw with Hull City at the weekend, and with West Bromwich Albion unbeaten across the month of November, the gaffer wants to see that continue as we go into the December fixtures.

With Gareth McAuley’s header at the KCOM Stadium looking like it might return all three points, the hosts hit back in the 72nd minute and that was where the scoring ended on the day – and for November it meant a return of seven points from a maximum nine.

Speaking to in his post game press conference, a pleased Pulis explained.

‘We’ve got to keep it going. It’s important that everybody understands where we are as a group, as a club and as a team. The fans have given us great support again.’

Pulis also had praise for the workrate of the players in the game, although he knew we had a few wobbly moments.

‘The lads don’t stop working. We got ourselves into a spot of bother in the first 20 mins of the second half. But we outworked Hull in the end and showed great guts and determination. We’re disappointed not to have won it.’

Scottish international James Morrison was also speaking following the game to the official site, and having missed matches against Leicester City and Burnley with his slight knee injury, he was obviously pleased with his return – and he was looking forward to linking up with Belgian international Nacer Chadli.

‘I`m quite looking forward to playing with Chadders. He`s a top player. I haven`t been on the pitch with him that many times so I`m looking forward to linking up with him. Hopefully he gets back to fitness, like myself.’

As for his own return, he added.

‘I ran out of legs a bit at the end with it being my third game on the bounce as well as having the international games. It`s pretty tough sometimes. We have some good players in attacking areas, Brunty, Matty and many more. It`s finding the right balance of who can play where.’

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