JOSE IZQUIERDO has revealed his simple settling-in formula with Albion – after missing out with Colombia.

The winger has been working with his new club-mates following his recent arrival from Club Brugge.

Izquierdo did not make the final party for his nation’s World Cup qualifiers against Venezuela and Brazil.

Asked his programme for the two-week international break, he told The Argus: “Simple – train, sleep, train, sleep, train.”

Izquierdo is expected to secure a quick return to the international set-up if he makes an impression in the Premier League.

But boss Chris Hughton hopes his current exclusion works to Albion’s advantage.

Fans are likely to be excited about seeing the jet-heeled wideman get a first home run when West Brom visit on Saturday.

Hughton told The Argus: “He was in the preliminary squad but did not make the final cut.

“Of course we would have been pleased for him to go away and represent his country.

“But, if he had to miss out, this is not a bad time. It gives him time to settle here and work with the squad.”

Fellow winger Anthony Knockaert is likely to go head-to-head with new West Brom addition Kieran Gibbs as the Amex stages its second Premier League fixture.

Meanwhile Albion have recruited a striker - to play for their under-23s from January.

Swedish prospect Viktor Gyokeres has scored ten goals in the second tier for IF Brommapojkarna this season.

He will sign a two-and-a-half-year contract when the January transfer window opens.

Gyokeres was the joint top scorer in this summer’s UEFA European Under-19 Championship, scoring three goals in three appearances for Sweden.