ALBION expect Lewis Dunk to become increasingly hot property if he makes a breakthrough with England.

But the Seagulls remain convinced it would take a great offer from a top-six Premier League outfit to tempt him away from the Amex.

Dunk is hoping to feature against Spain tonight as England’s campaign in the UEFA Nations League takes them to Seville.

The centre-back, who recently signed the latest in a series of new deals at his home-town club, could play some part after Gareth Southgate lost centre-back John Stones to suspension.

A full cap would further add to the value which saw Albion agree a new five-year deal with their No.5 last week.

But key figures at the club believe Dunk’s promotion to the national set-up while at Albion have just served to further cement his loyalty to the club.

Joe Gomez, a former Albion target, will start at the Estadio Benito Villamarin after Stones booked himself a ban with a foul in Friday’s 0-0 draw in Croatia.

Southgate opted for a back four in Rijeka, rather than his more customary three with wing-backs.

His side face a tough test against a Spain side who have flourished under new boss Luis Enrique, thrashing Croatia 6-0 in Elche and Wales 4-1 in Cardiff.

Spain will line-up Marco Asensio and Paco Alcacer in attack with Valencia forward Rodrigo Moreno favourite to partner them in a 4-3-3 set-up.

If Dunk, pictured, does get game time, he could find himself going up against Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos at set-pieces.