Danique Kerkdijk is proud of the way Albion have turned results on their head after a tough run in the WSL.
Prior to the two consecutive league wins against Chelsea and West Ham, Albion had gone three months without a win when they beat the Hammers 1-0 in November.
“If you look back at the losses we had against Manchester City (7-1) and Bristol City (3-0) it was tough. But we stuck together and pressed the reset button.
“We knew that we could turn it around, but it took us a while to get everyone on the same page and get the positive results. I am proud of how we have performed over the last two matches.
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“We spoke about the Chelsea game and how we had done some things well, but we knew as a group that it was just one game and it meant nothing if we didn’t follow it up against West Ham. We needed to show that it wasn’t a one-off.”
Defeating West Ham 1-0 was the best result according to the 24-year-old.
“It's a perfect evening – a clean sheet and we took all three points. We did really well, we started the game brightly and created a lot of chances.
“We didn't give a lot of big opportunities away. That's down to the defensive shape being good and everyone working hard to make sure we didn't concede.”