Tony Pulis says his West Bromwich Albion team would be in the top half of the Premier League table were it not for errors.
West Brom travel to Huddersfield Town on Saturday in 15th, on 10 points, two off the relegation zone, but the manager says mistakes have cost them six points during an eight-match winless run.
“We’ve been our own worst enemies,” Pulis told West Brom’s official website. “We could be sitting here with another six points easily.
“When you’re winning you get overpraised and when you’re losing you get slaughtered.
“Everybody gets that. There’s no middle ground any more. I have to accept it.”