ALBION boss Gus Poyet has issued a hands-off warning to clubs interested in buying Will Buckley.

He insists the former Watford winger is better than Crystal Palace's £10 million rated Wilfried Zaha.

Buckley teased and tormented Leeds throughout Friday night's 2-2 draw at The Amex.

Poyet has already lost two wingers since taking charge of the Seagulls, Elliott Bennett to Norwich and Craig Noone to Cardiff, and he is in no mood to lose Buckley as well.

The Uruguayan told The Argus: "He's not for sale. It doesn't matter how many millions they are putting on the table in January. He is going nowhere.

"How much are they talking about for Zaha? Ten million? They are going to have to go over that, because he is better, I've got no doubt.

"So if you want him you are going to have to spend a few millions. We are not nice with anyone else now in any division, it doesn't matter where you are coming from.

"He was outstanding (against Leeds). Even I was surprised by one of the sprints he made at the end, he was that quick."

Spanish midfielder Andrea Orlandi is poised to retain his place against Peterborough at The Amex tomorrow night after an impressive return to the starting line-up against Leeds.

Poyet said: "Andrea has quality. He made two exceptional passes for the penalty and the second goal. We need to bring him on slowly, because he doesn't have too many minutes under his belt. "Let's hope he recovers well for Tuesday now that we have lost maybe Adam El-Abd (hamstring) and Liam for the (fifth) yellow. It's chances for players to step up and make a difference."

Lewis Dunk will make his first Championship appearance of the season at centre half if El-Abd does not recover.