Under-fire boss Pardew was happy with his side's overall display in their 1-0 defeat at Watford on Saturday, but admits that wins are now desperately needed, starting with the visit of Leicester City to The Hawthorns next weekend.
West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Pardew faces a battle to hold on to his job after Watford's Troy Deeney struck a late victor at Vicarage Road to inflict a fifth consecutive Premier League defeat on the Midlands outfit on Saturday.
West Brom were beaten 2-1 at home by Huddersfield for their 14th defeat of the campaign and fourth in succession and sit bottom of the league with 20 points. The first half was full of crosses into the box that rarely beat the first man, although West Brom did find themselves with an early chance however when the ball fell to Grzegorz Krychowiak who volleyed toward goal, Adrian Mariappa making an important block to steer it behind. "And if the consequences are that I lose my job, then that is what it is". I am employed to be the manager of this football team and I try to put out a side that I think has got a chance of delivering the win.
"Our fans were brilliant today, and I think if they're honest, they've seen a committed performance today".
Jonny Evans hit the woodwork, after his hooked shot from the byline rebounded off Orestis Karnezis and on to his near post, while Rondon, who has scored just four times in the league this season, had two chances after the interval to break the deadlock.
Relegation looks inevitable, with the Baggies last dropping out of the Premier League in 2009, before making an instant return a year later. It's a tough business, we're playing tough teams.
"We're in a hard position", he said. I don't know what we will be able to do over the next 10 games. "I only want to finish the next match with 36, and I am going to try to do it".