TIM KRUL has praised quiet man Davy Propper’s noisy impact in the Premier League for Albion.

The Dutch keeper believes his fellow countryman can become increasingly influential for club and country.

Propper, along with central midfield partner Dale Stephens, has started all 29 of Albion’s Premier League matches since his £10 million move from PSV Eindhoven in the summer.

Krul told The Argus: “I’m impressed with him. I think in the beginning he had to get used to the physicality.

“But now he is winning tackles, winning the battle in midfield. He’s not afraid of anybody and him and Dale are an amazing partnership.

“I’m really impressed, because it’s not always easy coming into the Premier League in your first year. He has adapted really well.”

Krul admits Propper, right, is one of the quieter players in the dressing room. “Yes, but on the pitch he shows his fight,” he said.

“I like that about him. He doesn’t have to say much, he does his talking with his feet for sure.”

Propper is expected to figure in new Dutch boss Ronald Koeman’s first squad, announced today, for forthcoming friendlies against England and Portugal before trying to help Albion extend their unbeaten run to eight matches at Everton on Saturday.

“David should be in,” Krul said. “He’s done well for the Dutch team lately. He’s scored a couple of goals. He is definitely one who will be playing for sure.

“He is showing it week in, week out here. We are picking up results, we’re resilient. I think that’s the gaffer wants us to be.

“We stuck by our beliefs and it’s coming off now. It’s nice to pick up those results and I think he will be a great feature for Holland as well in the future.”