Glenn Murray has relived the moment he saw a derby point slip away.

But he will put disappointment over a bad late miss behind him as Albion battle to stay up.

Murray, who scored in the first half of today’s 3-2 defeat at Crystal Palace, had a golden chance to level in added time.

The ball arrived at his right foot in front of goal but he miscued horribly and sent it sideways.

Murray told The Argus: “It’s an inswinging cross from, I think, Beram and Ulloa’s got a nick on it.

“I just read the flight of the ball wrong and it came off the inside of my heel.

“On another day it goes in the back of the net, today it wasn’t to be.”

He added: “I’m very disappointed about it but you know what? It’s gone, I didn’t mean to miss it, I tried to score it.

“Dwelling on it isn’t going to do us any good so it’s time to move on and prepare for Tuesday.”