Darren Moore refused to criticse his team after wasteful Albion could only draw 1-1 with Brentford.
The Baggies dominated throughout and missed several glorious opportunities before Harvey Barnes fired home his eigth goal of the season in the 77th minute.
But missed chances came back to haunt Albion in injury time when Lewis MacLeod headed earned the visitors an unlikely point.
"The performance was there tonight - we were dominant," he insisted.
"Everybody has seen the performance we've put in tonight.
"34 crosses, 23 attempts on goal; it was a dominant display in both halves.
"When it's one-nil it only takes a second to score a goal and we've seen that in the 90th-minute.
"You won't get me saying I'm disappointed because I'm more pleased with the performance.
"With performances like that this season we'll win more than we lose or draw.
"Brentford defended well and got bodies behind the ball in the second-half.
"We've got to learn to overcome those hurdles.
"We won't cry over spilt milk but we should have scored enough goals to win the game.