Albion manager Mark McGhee today revealed plans to freshen up his in-form team for Saturday's visit to Leeds.

He is poised to make as many as three or four changes to the side which stretched the Seagulls' unbeaten run in the Championship to six matches in Saturday's goalless home draw with Nottingham Forest.

McGhee continues to pursue a loan replacement for injured goalkeeper Michel Kuipers, plus the return of former loan striker Mark McCammon from Millwall.

He also hopes to make another outfield signing, could have Adam Virgo back from compassionate leave and has opened the door to the likes of Alexis Nicolas and Dean Hammond.

McGhee said: "We want to push on. If we go into the Leeds game just expecting our unbeaten sequence to carry on then we will be beaten.

"I feel as if we have got to really get it right this week. That includes being imaginative about the team and not just thinking the same side involved in the run are going to do it again.

"Maybe it needs freshening up. We are looking closely at that and throwing down the gauntlet to people like Alexis Nicolas and Dean Hammond.

"It also includes McCammon and the option, with Adam El-Abd coming in and doing quite well against Forest, of Virgs going back up front.

"That may be the sort of thing we need to do to stir it all up again for Saturday, with perhaps another addition and a new goalkeeper."

Virgo resumed training yesterday following the death of his father. McGhee said: "By the end of the week he will know what sort of frame of mind he is in to play."

Richard Carpenter will be fit for the trip to Elland Road, despite missing training yesterday with a sore groin.

Paul Watson, ruled out against Forest by a thigh injury, is scheduled to return to full training later this week.

Guy Butters and Gary Hart sign their new one-year contracts today. Kerry Mayo and Paul Reid, offered a year and two years respectively, are expected to sign before the Leeds game.

Albion's reserve fixture at home to Oxford on February 2 has been postponed.