West Brom boss Tony Mowbray had no complaints over Ishmael Miller's performance after their 3-0 defeat to Hull City.
"Ishmael's got to keep going and persevering," said Mowbray. "He had enough chances today to score so he is disappointed once again.
"But it will happen for him. Let's hope he's the sort of striker that scores in bursts so when he gets the first one he scores a lot on the bounce.
"He's eager and determined, which everyone saw today. That is a good thing.
"But the bottom line is he's got to stick one in the net when the chances come along. I'm sure he will soon."