Adam Webster wants to help Albion turn draws into wins - and kick on next season.

The Albion defender believes he improved after the 15-week lockdown enforced by coronavirus.

And better is to come when the 2020-21 season begins in mid-September.

In The Argus today, Webster reflects on highs and lows of the season, the points which got away - and how the players relaxed and reflected over a beer the night safety was finally confirmed.

No team had more than Albion’s 14 Premier League draws.

Webster said: “There a few games that stand out.

“We were talking about with a few of the boys the other day, actually.

“I can name a few. The Burnley game at home, when we conceded in the last minute when we battered them in the whole game.

“The Newcastle away, game we battered them. Palace away, we battered them.

“Even games like Liverpool at home. We played really well that night and we created a lot of chances.

“They are champions and they have run away with it but the amount of chances we had, there were enough to win two or three games.

“Even games like that, you look back and think ‘what if?’.

“From the performances, we should probably have had a lot more points.

“Next season we will be looking to turn those draws into wins and really kick on.”

Don't miss our in-depth interview with Adam Webster in The Argus today and coming online later.