GRAHAM Potter has admitted he does not care how his Albion players score after Neal Maupay's outrageous overhead kick against West Ham.

The striker scored his goal late on against the Hammers, earning Albion a crucial point that saw them jump back up to seventh in the Premier League table.

Despite this wonder goal, Albion were still guilty of missing some easier chances to score in the game.

Jakub Moder, Adam Lallana and Maupay all spurned fantastic opportunities to score. Had they been a bit more clinical, then the side could have left the London Stadium with all three points.

The Argus: Neal Maupay celebrates his goal against West HamNeal Maupay celebrates his goal against West Ham

Manager Potter, however, has said that he does not mind how the player's score as long as they do.

Potter told the media: "I don't care how they go in. I wasn't going to complain when it went in.

"The guys don't mean to [miss]. I'm sure we'll come through this period and score goals.

"Sometimes you have to struggle, but the character of the players gives me a lot of encouragement.

Potter was also proud of the way the team fought for each other after suffering multiple injuries to players during the game.

Jeremy Sarmiento, Adam Webster and Adam Lallana all had to be withdrawn from the action with injury.

The Albion boss said: "They keep going, they fight for each other. We have had setbacks with injuries twice in the first half.

"The guys who came in did well. Lots to be happy with."

The boss will be hoping his team can start cutting out the misses in their next match against Southampton on Saturday.