Gera: Baggies back on track

Zoltan Gera believes West Brom can relax now that they have ended their run of games without a win.

Last Updated: 24/12/12 at 13:36 Post Comment

Zoltan Gera: Helped West Brom return to winning ways with a goal against Norwich

Zoltan Gera: Helped West Brom return to winning ways with a goal against Norwich

The Baggies' win over Norwich brought their winless four-match sequence to a close, thanks in part to the Hungarian's equaliser from close range just before half-time.

Rising as high as third in the Premier League surprised many, and the 33-year-old believes the victory over Norwich has put West Brom back on track.

"If you're losing games or drawing then people will ask questions, but that's normal," said Gera.

"In every team, every single side, there will be frustrating times. Hopefully that's in the past now.

"Maybe we can relax a bit now - and maybe we can win more games.

"We have lost to good teams in recent weeks but we feel much better after winning. We have 30 points and we just want to win more games."

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