Gaffer Graham Potter will no doubt be encouraged by the fact forward Leandro Trossard is fit to play against the Hornets tomorrow. The Belgian has played a key role for the Seagulls so far this season, playing outwide as a winger a through the centre as a second striker.Embed from Getty Images
Potter heaped praise on the 27-year old after being asked what he brought to the side saying “He has grown over time for us at the club. I always say players are unique, but he is because we don’t have a player with the same attributes he does, he can play behind and score goals. His goal against Brentford for example, that a really good example of him attacking the backline and finishing”.
However the Gaffer also thinks that there is more to come from the forward, who has four goals and one assist in 21 games so far this season.
“That’s what he has done and he has improved, but I think there’s more to come from to come from him in terms of adding goals and assists.”
Trossard has been a key man for the Seagulls this season and is a big positive going into the game against Watford, and if he can improve his goal return in the second half of the season, that can only be a good thing for the Albion.