Glenn Murray says Albion are on “a constant learning curve” as they prepare to take on Tottenham.

The striker is looking forward to facing Spurs on Saturday and then having more time on the training ground during the international break.

He says there is still work to do to hone a playing style preferred by head coach Graham Potter.

Murray has also responded to a suggestion Albion seemed reticent over going for goal from promising positions in recent games at Newcastle and Chelsea.

Albion would love to sign off for the fortnight gap in fixtures with a first home win for Potter and only a second league success anywhere since March.

Much has changed in those intervening months and Murray says, although progress has been made, there is still work to do.

He told The Argus: “It is all a huge learning curve.

“We have come so far in the three months the gaffer has been with us and we are going to have afternoons like this (the 2-0 defeat at Chelsea). But we will keep doing it our way and hopefully we have more successful afternoons than not.

“It’s full focus on Tottenham. Looking towards picking some points up and then another international break, which is more time to learn the philosophy and get it right.

“It is a constant learning curve. Obviously, opponents we come up against are different every week and there are different ways of trying to break them down and get possession of the ball and control the game.”

Murray also spoke about suggestions Albion players might have gone for goal more readily.

He said: “I don’t think the players are restricted at all. We are trying to play a brand of football and, ultimately, whoever is on the ball, it’s their decision to make out there.

“You say we could have pulled the trigger a couple of times.

“Obviously the person in possession felt it wasn’t quite the right moment and felt there was a better option on.”