Dalglish frustrated by lack of goals
Manager Kenny Dalglish admits he has repeated himself too many times when discussing Liverpool's inability to convert their chances but is convinced they are on
The Reds had 28 shots, 12 of which were on target, and won 15 corners at home to West Brom but the vital statistic belonged to Peter Odemwingie. He scored the only goal of the game to give Roy Hodgson a satisfying first return to the club who sacked him in January last year. "It's not just been one of those days; it's been like that seven or eight times here," said Dalglish, whose side have dropped an astounding 27 points at home this season. "There's not much else that we can add to what we've said before so many times after a game at Anfield. I think you could go back over the old interviews and it'll be the same thing. "They just need a bit of luck I think. It sounds repetitive but it's not an excuse. We're not running away from something. It's not as if there's something drastically wrong that we can't identify. It is just a piece of good fortune that we need."