PASCAL GROSS has revealed his second season goal – to make sure it’s coming away from home for Albion.

The German spearheaded the Seagulls’ Premier League survival last season with seven goals and eight assists.

He scored all of his goals at the Amex, including the safety clincher against Manchester United, as Albion thrived at home.

Now Gross wants to end a 17-month away goal drought and help the Seagulls increase last season’s two away wins.

He said: “I have something to improve. I have to score away from home. Also, we have to improve as a team, to take more points away from home.

“This is one big thing we have to improve, to try to play away the way we play at home.

“At home we were really good last year. Not only because of the points, we had some really good games where we played good football and won them.

“Away we can improve and I can improve, not only in scoring goals but every day. I hope it happens.”

Two of Albion’s first three games next month are away, at Watford on the opening day and at Liverpool after United visit again.

Gross last scored away for former club Ingolstadt in the Bundesliga against Eintracht Frankfurt in February 2017.

His last ten goals for the Germans and Albion have come at home.

Gross, speaking at the Seagulls’ Austrian training camp, said: “The most important thing for teams like us is at home. We have to keep going, like we did last year, and away from home we can improve and we want to improve.

“We have to try to figure out why we were not so good away from home. It’s the same pitch, only the colours of the shirts are different and the fans are singing not for us, but we can do better.”