West Bromwich Albion defender Billy Jones hopes he and his teammates can learn from Saturday's disappointing 2-0 loss to Liverpool.

The Baggies were almost non-existent at The Hawthorns as the Reds completely controlled proceedings and the former Preston North End man hopes it spurs them on for the big clash against Arsenal this weekend.

"That is what has got us success with the wins over Wolves and Villa. We had 11 players 'bang at it' and buying into the game-plan and that got us the results," he told Express & Star.

"To beat Liverpool, you've got to have 11 players playing well. I think we started poorly but we will learn from the Liverpool game, I am sure, because it is obviously a massive test away to Arsenal. "

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