Ben White believes the fine margins that turn draws into wins in the Premier League will soon fall in Albion's favour.
The side entertain Arsenal at the Amex on Tuesday night and will be looking to seal back-to-back home wins over the Gunners after a 2-1 victory on the south coast in June.
He said, “I think a win is coming, we're playing well in matches so hopefully we get that break soon.
“If we're at our best against Arsenal on Tuesday, then we feel like we can get a result against them.
“We want to start pushing up the table away from the relegation places and a win would help us to do that.”
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Albion drew 2-2 with West Ham at the London Stadium yesterday to make it seven unbeaten in the Premier League against the Hammers.
Goals from Neal Maupay and Lewis Dunk had twice given the visitors the lead in the capital before they were pegged back in either half.
White conceded the side felt they should have taken three points back to the south coast.
“They're a good side but we felt like we could have won the game having gone ahead twice.
“We didn't defend well for the corner and they punished us for that, but to get a point away from home in the Premier League is a good result and we dug deep in the end.”