STRIKER Glenn Murray says Albion are paying no attention to their relegation rivals’ fixtures.

Murray got the leveller as Albion hit back to draw 3-3 at West Ham, who are also battling for survival.

The Hammers face Manchester City, runaway leaders Liverpool and Southampton before the end of the month.

But Murray is not looking at who has the more favourable fixtures.

He said: “In this situation you can drown yourself in looking at fixtures, guessing who is going to get points and at the end of the day we have just got to concentrate on our own fixtures, do as well as we can and not worry about anyone else bar ourselves.”

Murray, 36, made his first Albion start since the middle of September and got the leveller.

He is confident he can still produce even in the twilight of his career.

He said: “I still want to score goals, I still believe that I can score goals.

“I proved that today and you have got to try to prove that every weekend.

“That is not something you just have to do at 36 - at 24, 27 every week football is being questioned, in particular, the goalscorer.

“I have always needed to score goals and that has never changed throughout my career.”