Adrian Colunga has targeted a return to the big stage – by winning promotion with Albion.

The Seagulls striker, who ended his Spanish League days at Barcelona’s world famous Nou Camp, is working hard on the training pitch to strike up an understanding with his team-mates.

Boss Sami Hyypia reckons the current international break offers a great chance for his seven new boys to settle in.

Colunga was a hit with fans during his Championship debut against Charlton.

And he intends that to be the launch pad for a Premier League push he believes would match his greatest moments back home.

The former Getafe frontrunner told The Argus: “My last game in Spain was away to Barca. And I was playing well.

“I was injured in the last incident in the first half in a clash with Bartra, which was a shame.

“Making my debut in Europe was a highlight for me in Spain.

“I’ve scored goals against the biggest clubs and played in impressive stadiums.

“I’ve played against the best players in the world, I’ve played against world champions, Champions League winners. I’ve had team-mates who have played in all sorts of leagues.

“Those are the memories you take away with you.

“But I want to have plenty more – especially winning promotion with Brighton this year.”