ADAM WEBSTER was left frustrated after a game of mixed emotions for the centre-back.

The 24-year-old was at fault when Oliver McBurnie got Sheffield United’s winner at the Amex last weekend.

He bounced back from that setback when he gave Albion a 37th-minute lead at Spurs with a header from a Pascal Gross free-kick.

But Spurs hit back with second-half goals from Harry Kane and Dele Alli to snatch a narrow 2-1 win in North London.

Webster was annoyed that his goal could not help Albion earn even a point.

He said: “I made the mistake last weekend, so I had to make up for that.

“I got the goal but it doesn’t mean anything, which is frustrating.

“We move on now and we have got a quick turnaround on Saturday at home.”

Albion made five changes to the side which were beaten by Sheffield United with wing-backs Bernardo and Ezequiel Schelotto making their second and first starts in the Prem this season respectively.

Webster admitted the pair have given head coach Graham Potter something to think about.

He said: “They have not featured much, but they played really well and gave us a different option. They got us up the pitch at points and defended well, so it gives the gaffer a bit of a headache.”