Albion marksman Glenn Murray is not looking over his shoulder as he comes face-to-face with the striker they wanted to sign in the summer.

Tomorrow's clash at Swansea pits Murray against Tammy Abraham, the Chelsea prospect targeted by the Seagulls after promotion and called up by Gareth Southgate to the England squad.

Former Bristol City loanee Abraham was the first of several front men Albion tried to land in the summer transfer window.

They will try again in January to add to a strike force which also includes Tomer Hemed and Sam Baldock.

The Argus: That is not occupying the thoughts of Murray (above) as he attempts to maintain a purple patch of three goals in two games in Wales.

He told The Argus: "None of us are stupid. Whether you pull your weight or not, the club are looking to improve and evolve.

"The more money we get as well, the better players we are going to try to attract. That's the nature of the game.

"You've just got to keep trying to do your job to the best of your ability, whether other strikers come in or not, and the manager will pick who he feels deserves to play."