Albion boss Chris Hughton says record buy Jose Izquierdo is still on a learning curve as he weighs up whether to keep faith with the Colombian against Liverpool.

Left-winger Izquierdo has started five of the last six matches following a £13.5 million move from FC Brugge in the summer.

He scored in the win at West Ham and the home draw against Stoke but has not completed 90 minutes in the Premier League.

Hughton has to decide whether to keep faith with Izquierdo against Liverpool at the Amex tomorrow or turn again to Solly March, who started last Saturday's unfortunate defeat against Manchester United at Old Trafford and replaced the South American in the second half of Tuesday's home draw with Crystal Palace.

Hughton told The Argus: "I think he (Izquierdo) is still learning. He's been playing in a different league, the Belgian league.

"He has done very well the last couple of seasons but it doesn't have the intensity or physicality of our league.

"If I look at the games he has played, he has been very sort of in and out, but he has showed why he can be a real threat.

"He likes to run behind and, particularly with what we have with Glenn (Murray) and Tomer (Hemed), he gives us that really good option to stretch teams, but I think he is still coming to terms with our game here."