Last Updated: Wed, 21 Aug 2013 11:37
James Morrison wants a quick response from West Brom following their defeat to Southampton when they travel to Everton on Saturday.
The 27-year-old Scotland midfielder went into the Premier League curtain-raiser at the Hawthorns full of confidence following his goal in his country's 3-2 friendly defeat to England at Wembley a week ago.
However Morrison was left frustrated as Rickie Lambert, who scored England's winner in the friendly international, denied Albion a draw as he fired in a late penalty to seal three points for the Saints.
Morrison admitted that Albion were not at the races at the weekend and he is now looking for the players to put things right at Goodison Park on Saturday.
"For us, we need to get last Saturday out of the system, because it wasn't great," said Morrison on the club's website.
"Having the internationals go away meant we didn't have much preparation time which didn't help, but we didn't perform well, we know that.
"Probably a draw would have been fair, but we've had a few games that have gone that way over recent years and that's something we need to stamp out."
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