Jay Rodriguez wants Albion to build on their point against Swansea.
The striker scored his 10th goal of the season to give Albion the lead when he fired home from close range.
But the Baggies were again pegged back with 15 minutes remaining to earn Darren Moore a point in his first game in charge.
“We executed our gameplan and it was just a shame that we didn’t hold out to get three points," said the former Burnley and Southampton striker.
“They’re a good side and solid at the back with great defenders.
“I thought it was a difficult game but I thought we did well and controlled it at times.
“We have stopped the run of defeats and hopefully we can now improve on that.
“Every single person was working to their maximum and that’s credit to them and also to the work that Mooro has done this week.
“We will get back to training on Monday and start to focus on Manchester United.”