Solly March has been tipped to shine in the Premier League by Albion team-mate Glenn Murray.

Goal king Murray believes the England under-21s winger will be suited to the top flight.

Murray’s old club Bournemouth and Burnley have both demonstrated it is possible to adapt to the Premier League after promotion from the Championship.

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe told The Argus last week players can thrive once they are given the opportunity.

Murray, who has played in the Premier League for Bournemouth and Crystal Palace, thinks March falls into that category.

He told The Argus: “I think you probably need to concentrate a bit more. if you give as many chances away as you do in the Championship then they will score. That’s the main thing, the players we’re playing against are more clinical.

“You look at Bournemouth and Burnley, it definitely can be done. We just need to stick to our ethos and not lose our cool when we get beaten a few times after being on a winning run for the last two years.

“It just suits some players, it’s very different to the Football League. It’s played at a different tempo and I think that some players, like Eddie touched on, might flourish there. I think one of them could be Solly March.”

March goes to St George’s Park today for a training camp with this season’s Championship contenders for the England under-21s squad for the Euro finals in Poland next month.

He is likely to be included in the final squad, which will be announced on June 6.