West Brom boss Tony Pulis felt his side were justly rewarded for their attacking play as they came away from Norwich with a 1-0 win on Saturday.
Salomon Rondon's 46th-minute goal was all that separated the two teams at Carrow Road, although they squandered chances to make the game safe.
Pulis, though, was pleased with the impact made by Stephane Sessegnon and James McClean, the latter providing the cross for Rondon to head home the winner at the start of the second half.
The Baggies have now recorded back-to-back wins in the Premier League, while it was also their second successive clean sheet.
"We talk about clean sheets more because of the record I've got but we did well going forward and got our rewards," he said in the post-match interview.
"I'm a manager who likes to play wide players – Sessegnon and McClean did that, both did well. McClean was outstanding and is getting better and better now. The quality of our play going forward was good.
"First quarter of an hour Norwich did well. Their support was sucking the ball down their end. But as the game wore on we got a grip of it and we're disappointed not to be ahead at half-time.
"Dawson and Salomon missed chances, we should have had a penalty from a free-kick and we played well in the second half."