West Brom can 'relax' after ending winless run – Gera

The Hungarian midfielder scored the equaliser as the Baggies went on to beat Norwich City at the Hawthorns, halting a slight slip in their successful start to the season
West Brom midfielder Zoltan Gera hopes his side can "relax a bit" after ending a four-game winless run by beating Norwich City 2-1 on Saturday.

The Hungarian scored the equaliser before Romelu Lukaku sealed three points for Steve Clarke's men, who are now seventh in the Premier League but level on points with Arsenal, Everton and Tottenham.

"If you're losing games or drawing then people will ask questions but that's normal," Gera told Sky Sports.

"In every team, every single side, there will be frustrating times. Hopefully that's in the past now.

75/1 Zoltan Gera is 75/1 with Bet365 to score first in a 2-0 win for West Brom against QPR
"Maybe we can relax a bit now and maybe we can win more games. We have lost to good teams in recent weeks but we feel much better after winning. We have 30 points and we just want to win more games."

Gera's strike against the Canaries was his 29th goal for the Baggies over both his spells with the club since July 2004, having spent three years at Fulham in between.