West Brom manager Tony Pulis was unhappy after video evidence proved winger Callum McManaman dived in the penalty area during their 0-0 draw against Southampton.
The former Stoke boss praised the referee and his assistant in his post-match interview for not awarding a penalty, and also highlighted the fact he's not a fan of the 24-year-old winger's antics.
"I've looked at it and I think Callum's feet actually go up from under him and I don't think the player has touched him," Pulis said.
"I'll be having a chat with Callum on Monday. I don't like to see that. The referee and the linesman made a fantastic decision and they deserve a lot of credit."
McManaman joined West Bromwich Albion for £4.75 million in January from Wigan Athletic where he scored 17 goals in 105 appearances for the Latics.