Gus Poyet bemoaned Albion's lack of a cutting edge following their goalless draw with Nottingham Forest.
The Albion chief was pleased with how his side played after creating a host of chances in the first half.
However, they managed just one shot on target before the interval and were frustrated by a Forest side who tightened up in the second half.
Poyet said: "In a game normally you are going to have a period when you dominate and when you are on top you need to score. If you score, then how many. Then you can relax.
"When you don't it starts playing in your head and you start worrying a little about not conceding and that is what happened in the second half.
"They changed as well so credit to them.
"The big message at half-time was at least to make Camp work. We had 11 shots off target (in the first half) which was quite embarrassing."