Pascal Gross is convinced more wins will come Albion's way despite frustration against Fulham on Wednesday.
The hosts are without a Premier League win at the Amex since June after a goalless draw when they squandered some great chances.
But the German midfielder is confident things will change, as long as Albion keep working hard.
“We should have scored a few goals, we created enough opportunities and I thought overall we played well,” he said.
“But if we keep working hard, keep creating the chances then that bit of luck we need will come and we will score goals and get the wins I think we deserve.”
Asked about the lack of Amex wins this season, Gross does not believe it is something that affects the players.
“Certainly not in my mind, and I think it's the same for the others,” he added. “We have played well in most of our home games this season. We need to keep going, keep fighting and good things will come for us.
“After the game some people might think the most important thing was not to lose, and they obviously had that great chance Dunky cleared off the line right at the end. But during the game all we're concentrating on is trying to get three points and that will be the same on Sunday against Tottenham.”