Yves Bissouma has told Albion fans who fans who sing his praises: “I owe you one.”

The Mali midfielder wants to repay supporters who have adapted the classic Tequila in his honour.

But he added: “I feel like I’ve done nothing yet.”

Bissouma is hoping to make a first home start when Tottenham visit the Amex on Saturday.

The chorus in his honour will boom out around the stand and in the concourses if that happens – as it did at Southampton on Monday.

Bissouma told The Argus: “I’ve heard the song and I’m happy even though I’ve done nothing to deserve it yet “I haven’t scored yet, I haven’t made the team win.

“I owe them something in return.

“I’m obliged to give them something.

“I have to really thank the supporters who helped me a lot, the club, the coach, all my team-mates. Everybody has welcomed me.

“I have just arrived in this league and they are trying to help me adapt.

“Thanks to God, I’ve joined a really nice team where I’m not short of friends.”

Bissouma says he has shrugged off the costly error which marred his first Premier League start.

The summer signing from Lille lost the ball to James Milner in the build-up to Mo Salah’s winner at Anfield.

He said: “The match at Liverpool was about one detail.

“Liverpool are a great team and when you play against a great team you can’t make an error.

“The slightest error, you see what happens.

“Unfortunately, I was the one who lost the ball.

“From the moment you lose the ball, even if you have a good game, you aren’t happy.

“I made an error, they scored. I didn’t mean to make a mistake but it happened.

“That’s football. Then you move on and think about other things.”