West Bromwich Albion defender Liam Ridgewell insists they didn't switch off for defeat to Newcastle United.

He is aware of the need to improve home results with only 14 of West Brom's 36 points to date collected at the Hawthorns.

Ridgewell said: "I finished ninth with Blues the first season we got up into the Premier League and it's a good feeling.

"We can achieve that at this club and with this team. It's definitely possible.

"We've got some games coming up that we can get some results from and we've got some good home games coming up.

"At the moment, our away form is better than our home form but hopefully we can turn that around before the end of the season.

"We know we're a good side and we know we've got good players."