It was a disappointed Garry Monk that appeared before the post match presser. He was quite clearly saddened by the Swans efforts that resulted in giving away the three points to a rather desperate West Brom.
Monk conceded that there had been the opportunity for four or five goals in the first half which his side weren't able to convert to those valuable numbers on the score sheet.
It was Roland Lamah that shone in the first half , potting in that first goal that promised much for the Swans
The Swans seemed to have West Brom on the ropes in the first half but thanks to not capitalising on their advantage it gave the visitors a chance to come back with a vengeance after half time.
West Brom manager, Pepe Mel, not surprisingly was pleased with the win, which gives his side some breathing space as they peer over the drop zone. With another clutch of games to go the Spaniard, who took over from Steve Clarke in January says that in this game confidence is everything.
Monk says that he didn't see it coming the way the game panned out in the second half.
West Brom were scrapping for their lives and Monk says Swansea are going to have to do the same if they want to survive.
The Swans next play Everton away on Saturday March 22nd. Kick off is at 3.00pm