Graham Potter took a number of positives from Albion's performance despite a 2-1 loss at Tottenham today.

Adam Webster headed Albion in front at half-time but second-half goals from Harry Kane and Dele Alli, with a clinical lob over goalkeeper Mathew Ryan, gave hosts Spurs the win.

Albion head coach Potter said: “The players gave everything and there were lots of positives for us.

"I feel for them in terms of us coming away with nothing but that’s the Premier League, the margins are small and the second goal was a world class finish.

“Overall I am disappointed with the result but we shall have to take a lot of positives on to the next match and recover quickly then go again.”

Albion are at home to Bournemouth on Saturday and Potter added: “It’s the little things we have to keep working on and the details in the game.

“No matter what you do, it’s never to easy to get those points in the Premier League.

“That’s the challenge and that’s why we’re here.

“If we play with that intensity, courage and quality I believe we can get points and clearly we’re disappointed today.”