Albion go into a top versus bottom battle tomorrow with Gary Hart insisting "We are not a one-man team".

Hart is confident the second-placed Seagulls have enough firepower in the absence of Bobby Zamora to see off relegation-haunted Wrexham.

The centre forward turned right winger is among a quartet of candidates to adopt Zamora's role through the middle as Albion's goal king begins a three-match ban.

Junior Lewis, Lee Steele and teenager Chris McPhee are also in contention as Peter Taylor's charges chase a sixth straight home win to cement their automatic promotion prospects and keep the pressure on leaders Reading.

Hart hit the only goal when deputising for the suspended Zamora at Barnet on Boxing Day last season.

"Bobby has scored 26 goals, so obviously we are going to miss him," he said. "We have just got to get on with it.

"We are not a one-man team, nowhere near it. Whoever plays up front, whether it be one or two, will hopefully do a job.

"I went up front at Barnet and luckily for me scored the goal that won us the game. We've got players like Steeley who can fill Bobby's boots.

"Bobby is one of the best players in the team and you cannot shy away from that, but these three games are vital for us.

"We are not taking anything for granted against Wrexham. We sometimes struggle against lower teams, so we have got to treat every game as if we are playing Reading."

Taylor has abandoned thoughts of introducing a loan replacement for Zamora in time for tomorrow's match and would ideally prefer to maintain the 4-3-3 formation which has worked well recently.

That may mean moving Lewis up front from the left-side of midfield, with options on the bench to switch to 4-4-2.

Lewis, Hart and Steve Melton have all been on the scoresheet in the last three home matches and Taylor said: "It is positive that other players have started to score.

"The players have showed tremendous character by bouncing back when ever we've had a bad result and they will take it on board that we need goals.

"Bobby isn't there to do it, so there is a little bit of extra responsibility on them to create or score."

Elsewhere tomorrow Reading host fourth-placed Stoke, third-placed Bristol City are at mid-table Colchester, Brentford entertain next-to-bottom Notts County and Huddersfield visit in-form Blackpool in a 1pm kick-off.