Lambert: Things will go our way if we keep playing like that
Paul Lambert insists there will be no sulking after the draw at Everton.
Despite seeing a two-goal lead slip, Lambert was delighted with the drive, desire and determination on display at Goodison Park.
Lambert was gutted with the late equaliser for the home side but he believes his team have more than enough attacking impetus to climb the league table.
He said: "We will take a lot of credit from that and a lot of heart.
"If we continue to play like that then hopefully we'll start to get results.
"We always looked dangerous on the counter attack. We always looked a threat.
"I think the three of them are playing well at the moment - Gabby, Andi and Christian. We look good going forward.
"I think if we can keep going then we'll win more than not, that's for sure.
"If we can get through this period, we'll kick on. Things will go our way if we play like that because hard work always pays dividends eventually."
On the late leveller, he added: "It really frustrates you, but the way we played coming here, I don't think anybody gave us an earthly.
"I'm not one to feel sorry for myself. We're fighting like hell to get out of it and if we keep playing like that then we'll win more games than not.
"In the West Brom and Newcastle games I thought we played well in halves, but against Everton I thought we sustained it - and we looked a threat going forward.
"If we keep that drive then hopefully we can get out of it."
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