Tony Pulis reckons West Brom need more players like Nacer Chadli’s after bemoaning his team’s lack of killer instinct, the Express and Star reports.
“I thought it was a good display right through the team,” Pulis said
“I don’t think they had too many opportunities and chances.
“I’m just desperately disappointed for the players.
“They worked so hard as a group.
“We could have maybe done with two or three Chadlis in that final third to give us that second or third goal because we dominated at times,” he said. “When we’ve got in there we’ve just lacked that little bit of quality.”
Chadli, who provided two assists in the 4-2 win over West Ham, cost West Brom a club-record £13 million.