"Before you even ask me the question, will I speak to those upstairs?"
The Baggies took the lead after only eight minutes when Salomon Rondon gave Alan Pardew's strugglers the ideal start to the match, but Jamie Vardy levelled things up midway through the first half. Their tally of 20 points is one better than Leicester's at the same stage of the 2014-15 season, but Leicester, who won seven of their last nine games to stay in the top flight, were a point closer to safety. "I said to the players after that that is unacceptable, that period of the game".
"My teams are better than that and I want my team here to be better than that".
"I don't care what job you're in, if you're under pressure and you ain't going to fight, then don't bother turning up".
Pardew withdrew Krychowiak a few minutes before that goal and the manager made it clear he was unhappy with the midfielder's reaction to be substituted.
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"And to come off and not shake my hand".
"He's a player on loan who should show respect. I don't expect to see it again".
The second half started in the same fashion as the first ended, frantic end-to-end football, with both sides launching quick attacks, but no sides could trouble either goalkeeper in the early exchanges. It was end-to-end and box-to-box.
Leicester continued to look the most likely to go on and win the game in the second half, though, and Demarai Gray threatened twice before the Foxes did eventually take the lead through another high-quality goal.
"We are in the same position, one-point difference, and everybody writing us off", Pardew said.
The Baggies will definitely be without James Morrison, Daniel Sturridge, Gareth Barry and Nacer Chadli, the opening scorer last time these teams met. Foxes transfer target Johnny Evans is also a doubt, along with Chris Brunt. "For us it gives us good momentum and it is important for us to keep this good feeling".