West Brom boss Tony Pulis was delighted with his side's all round display at Goodison Park, after they defeated Everton 1-0 on Saturday. The Baggies sealed three vital points over Everton thanks to Salomon Rondon's 15th-minute close-range goal, which was their only shot on target on the day. "The Premier League is not a level playing field," the West Brom boss said. "There are clubs with budgets, facilities better than yours and you have to find a way with winning. That is what I do. "Too many people worry about what too many other people say. I am not worrying about them. You have got to wash your mind away from it and stay focused and get the points.
"I have done this a long time. We need 40 points. We were resilient. We defended for our lives, which we had to. "Everton had a free week. They have got a top-five squad and to come here and get a result is absolutely fantastic, considering we played Peterborough for 120 minutes with penalties (on Wednesday in the FA Cup)."