Morrison: West Brom all fighting for eachother
The Scotland midfielder struck in the 1-1 result.
"At the start of the game we wanted to keep the hard work from last week going," he told the WBA website. "There is no point doing all that hard work and winning somewhere like Arsenal and then losing at home.
"We were happy with a point and I think it's a fair result.
"If you look back at last time we were in the Premier League we might have lost that game. A point is a point and when we look back at the end of the season we might think a point was a good result.
"Bolton got a point off Manchester United so they're no pushovers and they make life difficult for you. We're pretty happy.
"I think we've done better than we all thought we would but I think the tough fixtures spurred us on.
"We know we had to fight to get some points because we didn't want to start our season behind everyone. We all fight for each other and I think that's something that we have instilled now.
"We have shown that we keep going to the end."