West Brom manager Sam Allardyce speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live: "With our defensive frailties we needed three goals but we didn't get them. We made a magnificent effort to get the third [goal] but two should have been enough.
"We have showed we can create more chances than I have seen since I have been here. I want to build on that."
"Playing a more simple game of football with better quality made life extremely difficult for Fulham," Allardyce said.
"We were playing too much complex football. We kept giving the ball back to Fulham instead of to our players. We just simplified our game. We said 'we have brought a big man from Galatasaray. I want you to play off him - off his feet or chest'.
"We haven't had a target man of his type. I am surprised he arrived here from Galatasaray to take up the fight. It is a great credit to the man that he has actually looked at the table and said 'yes I will come and fight with you'.
"I have struggled to find anybody that has wanted to do that in the whole of January."
Fulham manager Scott Parker: "The game should have been out of sight at half time. We were fantastic in the first half and they had to make changes 20 minutes into the game.
"We had some big chances and it should have been done. We didn't do well enough in the first 15 minutes of the second half but the substitutes came on and did very well.
"We're disappointed it's not three points but we'll keep moving. It's a useful point but there were big chances to kill the game off and we're not on the right side of the big moments. We're playing some good football but you need to put those moments away. It should have been 3-0 or 4-0 at half time."