Anthony Knockaert says he should have equalised for Albion against Spurs.

The French winger scored deep in added time as his side lost 2-1 at the Amex.

He then almost grabbed a point with an attempted curler which the keeper held.

But Knockaert believes his close range shot which went too close to Paulo Gazzaniga was the big moment in the game.

He told The Argus: “It could have been two today but the most important one was the first one and not the one I scored.

“I think I did everything perfect apart from the shot. I tried to secure it with my right foot but I missed completely the shot.

“The keeper didn’t move. He was just lucky I didn’t put it in the corner because I think it would have been a goal.”

Knockaert felt Albion were too deep in the first half but he enjoyed their second-half improvement.

He said: “In the first half we didn’t play our game.

“We were too deep and unfortunately we conceded a penalty.

“After half-time, we pressed them higher and in the first 25 minutes of the second half we did really well and we had chances.

“I think I should have scored and it would have been a different game. I take that responsibility.

“I don’t know why we started the game like that.”