DAVY PROPPER has vowed to give Albion a helping hand – wherever he plays.

The £10 million Dutch midfielder had his best game so far for the Seagulls in Saturday’s first Premier League win against West Brom at the Amex.

Propper slotted back into his role next to Dale Stephens, days after scoring twice for Holland in a more advanced position against Bulgaria in a World Cup qualifier.

The August buy from PSV Eindhoven said: “In the Dutch squad I sometimes play as the No.10, close behind the striker. The last game was perfect for me. It was my first goal in the national team and then immediately a second one.

“I think I can play in all the midfield positions.

“The biggest thing (in the Premier League) is the physicality and how quick you go from front to back.

“It takes a couple of weeks. I hope I am there now. I feel good and also about the team. We’ve made some progress.

“It was the same with Dale in the first matches. You don’t know how he likes to play, where he wants the ball. Now it’s getting better and better.”

Albion will be trying to stretch their unbeaten run to three games at Bournemouth on Friday night (8pm).

Scottish international winger Ryan Fraser is an early doubt for the hosts with an ankle injury sustained in their fourth defeat on the trot at Arsenal.