Albion prepare for Sunderland game
BEN Foster revealed Albion players were left in no doubt as to Tony Pulis' dissatisfaction with Saturday's defeat to Norwich City.
The 1-0 reversal marked Albion's first loss at home in 2016.
Their next game is the trip to Sunderland on April 2.
Foster said after Saturday's game: "We had more possession but it was a nothing game. It was a case of trying to nick a goal.
"Their goal summed the game up. It was a stumble and they tucked it away but fair play to them it was a big three points.
"The frustrating thing is that training has been great, the best we've had all season - the lads have been on fire - and we thought we looked good for three points but football doesn't work like that.
"It's the first time we've lost at home this year and the gaffer let us know about that.
"We're disappointed with the performance, but also the result. And the gaffer won't let us forget about that and will have us back in training to put that right. He will want us to put it right."