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Slaven Bilic is Hopeful as West Brom are learning and improving

Mon 02 November 2020 | 2:10

Slaven Bilic believes West Brom are improving as they adapt and “learn” about life in the Premier League

The

Albion

boss is waiting for his side to get their first win in the top flight this season.

The

Baggies

travel to Fulham on Monday night in confident mood with no loss and after encouraging displays in the draws with Burnley and Brighton.

“We are still waiting for our first win but we are getting points and we are growing as a team,” said

Bilic

.

“The last couple of games we have been at least 50-50 in terms of possession and chances with our opponents. That makes the group really positive."

“We are erasing those little questions marks. The best way to reduce them is to play well, to pick up points and the players proving themselves on an individual basis in the Premier League."

“The last half hour against Brighton was probably our best half hour since lockdown. I was very pleased with our reaction and the way we played."

“It would be great to win at Fulham. We are a very confident group of players and people. In every game apart from Southampton we have shown that we are good enough.”

Bilic

is hopeful Dara O’Shea is back in full training ahead of the trip to Craven Cottage he should return to the squad on Monday night and Sam Field (knee) and Hal Robson-Kanu (broken arm) will be back in contention after the November international break.


source: SportMob