The Cottagers boss conceded the club's supporters were entitled to make their disappointment known after another uninspiring result, insisting he shares their frustration
The Dutchman labelled the Cottagers supporters' behaviour - which included chants of 'Jol out' - as disappointing in his post-match interview, questioning their expectations of the club.
Gareth McAuley's late equaliser left the west London club to rue a combination of bad luck and poor finishing against the Baggies, but Jol has since calmed down and is in a more reflective mood.
"I think it is better not to talk about it, but I did, and I shouldn't have because they are entitled to express themselves," he said.
"They pay us to play football for them and they have got an opinion, and to lose (two points) in the 92nd minute was very disappointing - not only for them, but for me and the club.
"I talked about the fact that expectations can make you very unhappy at any club - Chelsea, even Manchester United, big clubs, smaller clubs, and especially at Fulham as well.
"We feel that we have got good players, but five of the seven new players were not even there last week so we still have to find a balance."
Fulham head to Chelsea on Saturday after picking up four points from their opening four Premier League games.