GOOD times never seemed so good for Albion after the club claimed three points against Norwich in the Premier League.

Leandro Trossard's deft finish in the 25th minute earned the team a 1-0 win at Carrow Road.

The result means they have now secured an impressive seven points since the return of the Premier League and has seen the Seagulls soar nine points clear of the relegation zone.

Although though the club is not yet mathematically safe from relegation, the players were certainly ready to celebrate another major step being taken towards safety after the full-time whistle blew.

Footage shared by My Albion TV from the dressing room after the game showed the likes of Lewis Dunk, Shane Duffy and other player's joining together in a rousing rendition of Neil Diamond's Sweet Caroline.


Players stood still and held their arms aloft as they sang the verse, but it was clear what everybody was waiting for.

As the chorus came in, more first-teamers and staff bounded into shot with several swinging their shirts above their heads.

The club shared the video on social media with the caption "A big three points yesterday and a huge step towards our goal.

"Still work to be done, five to go."

Champions Liverpool will travel to the Amex on Wednesday for Albion's next fixture, with second-placed Manchester City making their way to the south coast on Saturday.