Albion boss Chris Hughton is relieved not to be feeling the early season heat at the wrong end of the Premier League.

But he admits the picture could easily change.

Struggling Swansea are billing the Seagulls' visit on Saturday as a massive fixture.

Crystal Palace, Everton and Leicester have already sacked their managers and Paul Clement has the Welshmen above the relegation zone only on goal difference.

Hughton has promoted Albion in mid-table and, unlike others, is not under pressure.

He said: "It's a nice feeling. But we have to keep fighting for very result. At the moment there's a good feel but the only way that remains is by getting results.

"In this division you can easily lose four or five in a row at any time."

Albion have no fresh injury worries for the trip to the principality. Steve Sidwell (back) remains the only absentee.

Striker Sam Baldock could return to the squad for the first time since summer calf surgery, or have another run-out in the under-23s against Hull at the Lancing training complex tomorrow night (7pm).

Swansea are still without skipper Leon Britton, while Wilfried Bony is rated 50-50.