Elisabeth Terland admitted Albion were disappointed not to collect all three points at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday, but emphasised that every point matters in the battle to stay in the WSL.
The Norwegian international scored her fourth goal in three games in the 2-2 draw which gave Albion a two-point cushion above Reading, who are bottom of the table.
She said, "Of course we wanted to get all the three points as we always want to win and I thought we had the opportunities to, but a point is better than nothing. We have to keep building on this because we're moving in the right direction, hopefully we can perform even better in the next match.
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"We will reflect on the parts of the game when things change and we concede goals, it's just about managing those moments even better and being a bit more clinical and smarter in our choices - but it's a strength that we can bounce back.
"We played much better in the second half than what we've done in the last few games which is something we will take with us. We wanted all the three points but we took a point and we need to happy with that."
Albion return to action on Sunday when West Ham United visit the Broadfield Stadium and the in-form striker insists that the team are feeling encouraged and together ahead of another stern test. She added, "The atmosphere is good and I believe we will come back even stronger in the next game."