West Brom striker James Morrison admits his luck needs to change and fast.
The Albion marksman endured a miserable week which culminated with the 2-2 draw against Blackburn Rovers.
Many believed it was a game Albion should have won with ease. But instead The Baggies came unstuck against 10-man Rovers.
To make matters worse, Morrison picked up an injury which makes him a major doubt for Saturday’s daunting trip to Liverpool.
Morrison maintained: “It proved to be a bad result with everyone else around us winning. I thought we deserved to win rather than draw and maybe we should have put the game out of Blackburn’s reach, but they stuck at it and got a point.
“It wasn’t a great day for me either as I felt my back go in the first half. It just seized up and I couldn’t move properly.
“It then went into a spasm and I came off. I’m going to have a fitness test tomorrow and see if I can train. It’s frustrating, but you can’t dwell on it – you have to get on with things. That’s just the way our luck is going at the moment.
“If I play, hopefully my luck and the team’s luck will change. It’s never nice to be in the bottom three and it was horrible watching all the teams in the bottom three win over the weekend.
“I was watching the Newcastle-Villa game and finished up shouting at the TV."
Morrison added: “I joked with my mum the other day that I’ve dried up with two goals.
“I’ve hit the post and the goalkeeper’s made some good saves from me in the last three games. Things don’t seem to be going in at the moment.
“However, I’d be more worried if I wasn’t getting the chances. At least I’m creating chances for myself and other players.
“We’re all in this together at the moment and that’s the message Ryan Donk has received loud and clear this week.
“He might have conceded two penalties in the last two games, but nobody is blaming him. Ryan’s a good player and I think he can quickly get back to where he was.
“The manager and players will help him through it and I’m sure he’ll come out stronger for it."