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Injuries have affected their impact so far in the Premier League, but Albion's leading goalscorers last season are still pulling in the crowds.

Fans formed a lengthy queue in the club shop at the Amex as Glenn Murray and Anthony Knockaert took part in a double book signing session.

They were there to support authors Nick Szczepanik (below left) and Paul Hazlewood (right), who have marked the club's rise to the top flight in words and images.

The Argus: Centre-forward Murray top scored with 23 goals in Albion's Championship promotion campaign.

French winger Knockaert was not far behind with 15 and countless assists.

Murray returned as a late substitute in Saturday's first Premier League win at home to West Brom.

He missed the draw at Watford with ankle damage sustained in the previous match at Leicester.

The 33-year-old, not fully back up to speed yet, is expected to be on the bench again for Friday night's visit to his old club Bournemouth.

Knockaert also suffered an ankle injury ten minutes into Albion's opening pre-season friendly against Fortuna Dusseldorf in Austria in July.

He has started the last two matches at Watford and West Brom, which have produced all four of Albion's points.

Knockaert and Murray feature prominently in Szczepanik's book, 'Brighton Up'.

The former Times sports writer turned national freelance journalist and lifelong Albion supporter tells the inside story of the near-miss despair in the 2015-16 season through to last season's triumphant rise back to the top flight for the first time in 34 years.

Szczepanik was given access to key figures at the club for behind-the-scenes interviews.

He also penned the epilogue for club photographer Hazlewood's book, 'We're On Our Way'.

It features over 300 colour images, some previously unseen and unpublished, of the unforgettable 2016-17 season, culminating in the seafront promotion parade.

The book is the third part of Hazlewood's photographic trilogy, launched by 'Stadium Yes!'

* Brighton Up, by Bitepack Publishing, is priced £18.99 hardback. We're On Our Way is available through Seagulls Direct, the club's online superstore, priced £25.