Chris Hughton last night revealed he would be have no concerns about kicking off the Premier League with what he has got – if necessary.

But the talent hunt goes on with a centre-forward and another goalkeeper still top of the wanted list.

The Seagulls host Atletico Madrid tomorrow at what is likely to a sold-out Amex in their final friendly.

New faces Maty Ryan, Markus Suttner, Izzy Brown and Pascal Gross will be on parade although injury rules out Anthony Knockaert and Sam Baldock..

Asked whether he would have concerns should he have to start the league season against Manchester City with his current squad, Hughton replied: No. This is a squad which fared very well in the Championship last season.

“But we are conscious that, if anything, the quality in this Premier League has got even greater.

“There are clubs seen as mid-table clubs who have looked to invest and improve.

“Am I happy with what I’ve got? Yes. But, like all managers, I want better.

“We are working very hard, the same as anybody else.”

Just a few tickets remained unsold last night for the run-out against an Atletico side who fly in to England this evening.