ALBION legend Bobby Zamora has appealed to Glenn Murray’s team-mates to ease his goalscoring burden.

Club ambassador Zamora was at the Amex on Friday night to see Murray see off West Ham, another of his old clubs.

Murray has scored five of Albion’s nine Premier League goals after his winner against the Hammers.

Central defender Shane Duffy has two, Pascal Gross and Anthony Knockaert one apiece.

Zamora said: “What we need now is other players to start chipping in as well.

“If we can get a few players scoring regularly then it will take the pressure off Glenn a bit because he can’t be looked upon as the only player to score the goals, week in, week out.”

Murray equalled Kit Napier’s post-War record of 99 goals for Albion with his effort against the Hammers.

If the 35-year-old scores again at Newcastle on Saturday week he will join Tommy Cook and Bert Stephens as the only players to reach three figures.

The Argus revealed last week a provisional new deal is in place for Murray, who is out of contract in the summer.

Zamora, who notched 90 goals for the Seagulls, is not surprised by Murray’s form and believes he has plenty of football left in him.

“I’m not surprised at all – and he seems to just get better with time,” Zamora said.

“The way he uses his body and strength, I’m sure comes from his earlier days playing lower down the levels, and he’s one of the strikers I really like to watch.

“He’s one of the best at holding the ball up and bringing others into play, and when he gets into the box himself he’s clinical.

“Of course you have to bring in new players to increase competition, but Muzza is tried and tested and the manager knows he can rely on him 100 per cent.

“He’s never been a player who’s relied on his pace, but he’s got the brain and the skill to go on for a few more years yet.”