SHANE DUFFY has warned Albion need to start turning draws into wins.

Albion drew their ninth game so far this season in the stalemate against Watford at the Amex.

Duffy knows Albion’s Premier League survival is in doubt but has taken heart from the way they turned the game against Watford at the Amex.

He said: “It (the result) was disappointing but we did show good character.

“Our first-half performance probably wasn’t good enough, but there was only one team that was going the win the game in the second half and it was us.

“We just need to try and start turning these draws into wins.”

Albion were boosted by the return from injury of Duffy and fellow defender Dan Burn.

The 27-year-old was expected to be out until March after suffering a broken collarbone in the 1-1 draw against Chelsea on New Year’s Day. But Burn was back after just over a month.

Duffy said: “That was brilliant. We missed Dan a bit. Bernardo has done well but Dan gives you something different and it was good to see him back out there.”

Albion do not play against until February 22 at Sheffield United.

Duffy said: “Everyone needs to keep it going. We have a winter break now and we can take our minds off things and sort of forget the pressure of being in a relegation battle.

“We just keep going and we’re looking forward to Sheffield United away.”