Albion injury victims Solly March and Uwe Huenemeier are set to miss the club's pre-season training camp in Tenerife.

The winger and central defender report back with the rest of the squad today.

The Seagulls are heading to the Canary Islands on Sunday for a week's training. March and Huenemeier, sidelined since December by respective knee and groin injuries, will probably remain at home to continue their recoveries.

Manager Chris Hughton told The Argus: "I've got to make a decision. The likelihood is they will stay behind.

"The only reason for taking them would be to be part of the group, but there is a bigger reason for them to stay and do their rehab work back at the training ground."

Hughton has already indicated Huenemeier will not be ready for the start of the season at Derby County on August 6. There is also no precise timetable for March's first team comeback.

No trialists are linking up with the squad on their return from the summer break.

The numbers will be boosted by Jake Forster-Caskey, Rohan Ince and Chris O'Grady, who were all out on loan last season.

The players face two days of medical and physical tests, including weight and body fat checks, before beginning running and ball work.

Jiri Skalak does not report back until July 14 after featuring for the Czech Republic in the Euro Finals in France.