West Brom head coach Carlos Corberan was frustrated as Stoke held his side to a 1-1 Sky Bet Championship draw at the Hawthorns.
The Baggies had to settle for a point against their managerless visitors, who frustrated their hosts.
Lynden Gooch gave Stoke a surprise lead after 12 minutes when his cross looped over Alex Palmer and into the net.
Brandon Thomas-Asante restored parity after 35 minutes but, despite their pressure throughout the match, a winner for West Brom was not forthcoming.
Corberan wanted more from his attacking players.
“It was not the best game we have played at home, but we did more things than the opponent to win the game,” Corberan said.
“I think we did not achieve the win because the keeper was doing his job and making very good saves.
“What you need to do is to create more; there were possibilities we should have used more times to attack more.
“It was not difficult to progress on the sides, we did not progress with determination.
“For me we should have created more from every single winger that was playing on the pitch.”
Corberan felt his side should have won the game even without the attacking options of Matt Phillips and John Swift to call upon.
“If we conceded a goal at home it is going to be a difficult match, today is true they did not find a way to create a chance and one bad cross went into the net,” Corberan added.
“Today all that I can feel is that we should have created more opportunities.
“We were creating some good opportunities in the last 10 minutes of the game, so with the players that we have we can win that game.
“I don’t think we didn’t win today because we didn’t have them.”
Stoke caretaker manager Paul Gallagher was pleased with a point on the road, despite their winless run now stretching to eight league matches.
“We knew coming to West Brom would be a tough game, they’re a very experienced team at this level with a really good manager who has them well organised and well coached,” said Gallagher.
“I thought the game plan we put together to frustrate them worked, we could hear some jeers from around the stadium.
“We take the point and move on.”
Gallagher praised the performance of goalkeeper Jack Bonham, who made a series of saves to preserve a point for Stoke.
“I thought today they played like a real team, people putting their body on the line for the team, and I thought Jack made two superb saves,” Gallagher commented.
“To take two points out of the last two games and be unbeaten is a positive.”