Danny Welbeck is confident Albion will soon be used to Roberto De Zerbi’s philosophy and the way he wants to play.
De Zerbi’s first Amex game ended in a narrow 1-0 defeat against third-placed Spurs after his reign started with a 3-3 draw against Liverpool.
Welbeck said, “It’s difficult when there is a change of coach but the coaching staff have got their ideas and philosophy over to us.
“We’ve had to take a lot of information in, but we’ve got a great squad here and everyone is willing to learn, improve and adapt.”
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The striker felt there was little to choose between the teams on Saturday with Harry Kane’s 22nd minute goal decisive.
“I thought it was a close game but overall after the first 20 minutes we were the better side,” said Welbeck. “Perhaps we could have created a couple more clearer chances but I thought we played well, although there is obviously room for improvement.
“Spurs set up a bit differently and we had to adapt during the game. They have got some world-class players who can hurt you at any moment and that’s what happened. We’ve got to keep our heads and prepare well for the Brentford game.”