West Brom boss Steve Clarke has admitted that his side were fortuitous to beat Swansea City 2-1 at the Hawthorns.
Late on in the match Roland Lamah tucked the ball home for the Jacks to equalise, but his effort was wrongly adjudged to have been offside by the officials.
And Clarke conceded that his men could quite easily have seen themselves draw with the Welsh side, who won the League Cup last month, but credited his team for a spirited display on home soil.
“We got a lucky break,” he said. “It definitely should have been given. It was a goal.
“I think it came off Ben Foster last so that was fortuitous but sometimes when you put in the effort, the energy and the quality that we put into that game you earn that little break, especially against a team with the quality of Swansea.
“One of their biggest qualities is playing on the counter attack and playing with pace so to come back and get three points today was really good.”