Jake Livermore admits he couldn’t care less who scores as long as the Baggies keep on winning.
The midfielder’s stunning 25-yard strike secured Albion’s sixth away win of the season at Hull City on Saturday - retaining top spot in the Sky Bet Championship going into the November international break.
And the 29-year-old says it’s “sod’s law” that he netted at one of the only places he can’t fully celebrate.
“They’re all important,” he said. “It’s sod’s law, there’s only two places I can’t celebrate scoring and this is one of them.
“I thought it was a really professional performance from all of us because Hull have been in good form. They’re a difficult team who catch you on the counter.
“I thought the boys were fantastic because that was a difficult task.
“I don’t care who scores, three points to me is three points. As long as we all get back on that coach with three points I don’t care.
“It’s always nice to score and help out the team when I can. But we’ve got some great flair throughout the team. The lads in front of me and behind have been fantastic all season.”