West Brom v Wigan reaction

Moses scored his first goal for 13 months to cancel out the opener

from Steven Reid’s free-kick and then won the penalty converted by

Jordi Gomez for the winner. Victory moved the Latics out of the

bottom three of the Premier League. Martinez said: “I don’t think

Victor has had a bad spell this season. He has been very

consistent. “He is only 20, he had a great birthday present, on

Monday he is 21 and the first goal was as good a finish as you are

going to get in this league. “I know that sometimes playing for

Wigan you are not going to get as much credit as playing for other

clubs. “But the way he has been working on a daily basis, he has

got huge potential and I’ve got no doubts that he is going to

fulfil it.” Martinez was pleased with his side’s overall

performance in recovering from going behind to record back-to-back

away wins. He said: “I felt we calmed their crowd and took the

sting out of the game. “I know we had to cope with the hardest

thing in football which is going one goal behind to a fantastic

amount of skill from Reid. “For an hour, I thought we were very

comfortable. We kept the ball very well, we looked like a team

playing with real confidence. “To do that when you are bottom of

the table, gives you great confidence. “In the last 15 minutes you

would expect West Brom to put us under massive pressure. “Then we

had to show a completely different way to perform which is real

concentration and real good defensive intensity and working very

hard for each other.” Albion have now conceded penalties in four

successive home games but head coach Roy Hodgson preferred not to

comment on decisions made by referee Mike Dean. He said: “My wife

slaughters me for complaining about the penalties, and she is

probably right, so I prefer to say nothing. “People can make up

their own mind. We will just get on with it. There is no doubt that

it was a penalty for their goal. “If he (Dean) got any of the

others (decisions) wrong, I don’t know. Time will tell. “The TVs

will go through the analysis. They will come up with the answers. I

will keep my mouth shut.” Hodgson took consolation from his side’s

performance. He said: “It was one of those days where you find it

hard to assess things in the sense that losing at home to team

below you in the table should fill you with a lot of regrets and

anger. “But I can’t be angry with that performance really because I

don’t think we can play a lot better than that. “If we can

guarantee playing like that for the next 24 games, then I’ll be

happy. “We’ve certainly had results this season where we’ve played

nowhere near as well as today.”