Webster: It won't take much to turn fortunes around

Defender hoping for a winning start to the New Year against Wolves on Saturday.

By Bruce Talbot • 31 December 2020

By Paul Hazlewood
Adam Webster has made 15 Premier League appearances so far this campaign.

Adam Webster is convinced one win would be enough to turn Albion's season around.

And the defender hopes it will come when his team kick off 2021 against Wolves at the Amex on Saturday.

Webster and his teammates were left with a familiar feeling on Tuesday when a 1-0 defeat to Arsenal left them with just one home win in 2020.

But Webster, who celebrates his 26th birthday two days after the Wolves game, doesn't think it will take much to get things back on track.


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“It is a tough period for us, it feels like whatever we do we still don't get the rub of the green at the moment but we have to stick it at.

“I'm sure one result can turn it around for us. It would give us so much confidence and that belief to go on a run and pick up a couple of wins which can make such a massive difference in this league.

“We're trying our best and giving everything, but it is not falling for us. We are the only people that can turn it around though.

“I don't think we are doing much wrong and we have been unfortunate at times. It seems like one bit of quality from the opposition is hurting us at the moment, which was the case against Arsenal.

“But we are always working hard trying to improve, we all believe in the way we are playing and the spirit among the boys is really good.”

Webster admits the absence of fans on Tuesday was keenly felt after 2000 had watched the two previous Amex games.

By Paul Hazlewood
Adam Webster insists the mood in the Albion camp is positive.

“We had got used to it after six months, but when they did come back I noticed a massive difference.

“It does give you that adrenaline rush and that buzz having fans there. But we got used to creating that amongst ourselves before those two games and I'm sure we can do it again.”