Albion's next Premier League win will lead to more according to Leandro Trossard.
Graham Potter's men find themselves on a frustrating run that has seen them go without a victory in nine League games since mid-November.
“It's a bit like last year in terms of the challenge we face,” Trossard said after the 1-0 defeat to Manchester City on Wednesday. “We play good football, if we can get that win, I think a lot more will follow. We just need to keep believing, which we have done and we will carry on.
“The last few weeks the mood has been better because we did well against Wolves which was a great game and then we got through in the FA Cup. We have to go out and get a result against Leeds on Saturday.”
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Albion put in a strong performance against City and could arguably consider themselves unlucky not come away with a point.
“Those fine margins tend not to go your way against the top teams. Against Manchester City you know you're not going to get many chances so you need to finish them when they come your way and we didn't do that on the night.
“I think we did well against one of the top teams in Europe and overall we played a good game. We can learn from this.
“It wasn't through a lack of effort that we lost 1-0, we did a great job but needed that goal.”