Albion boss praises substitute following draw
TONY Pulis believes Albion haven't yet crossed the line after claiming a 'great point' against Liverpool.
The Baggies were back to their resilient best at The Hawthorns to make it two clean sheets in as many games.
The draw leaves Albion on 37 points. Pulis is demanding 40 before Albion are safe.
Speaking after the 0-0
, Pulis said:
"We showed resilience. We had to because Liverpool really stepped it up.
"From our goalkeeper to the front line they threw themselves into it.
"It's a great point. We had two wonderful chances - Mignolet produced two great saves.
"We need to pick points up because Leciester have won four on the bounce. Strange things happen this time of the year.
"We knew the back five games for us were difficult but we still need three more points from our final four games."
Catching the eye for Albion late on was substitute Callum McManaman. Pulis was impressed:
"Callum has pace and technique. We've really missed him while he's been injured and we've had to work n his fitness because I don't think he's ever been the level of fitness he needs for the Premier League.
"But we know when he is on it there is no question about his technical ability."