West Brom boss Tony Mowbray has hailed his side's effort in their 1-0 defeat to Tottenham at White Hart Lane.
Mowbray's side had chances to get back into the game, which was decided by Jermaine Jenas' first half strike, but failed to find the breakthrough in the second half.
The defeat increases the likelihood that West Brom will be relegated from the Premier League this season, but Mowbray has refused to concede that it is a lost cause.
"It won't be all over until it's over, we've got three games to go and if we can win them all then we'll see where that takes us," Mowbray told Sky Sports.
"That would take us to 37 points - let's wait and see - nobody on our part is conceding anything until it's mathematically impossible - we've just got to keep going."
Mowbray was keen to point out his side's work ethic and hailed the performance of Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes.
"I though we showed enough fight today and had enough opportunities to score a goal at least and made a good game of it," he said.
"Their keeper made a few good saves to be fair and clawed one off the line from a corner and then we had one come off the inside of the post, run across the line - that's the way it's been for us really.
"It would have been interesting if we'd scored in the second half. I think we have enough quality in attacking players to score goals in this league and there were times in the second half I think when we had them on the back foot.
"It would have been nice for it to be one of those days when we get back into it and maybe sneak a winner and continue the drama, but it wasn't to be," he added.