Pascal Gross has urged Albion to use a bleak memory of Huddersfield to their advantage.

The influential German was substituted in the Seagulls’ 2-0 defeat in Yorkshire a year ago, one of their worst performances in the Premier League.

Gross told The Argus: “It was a bad afternoon. We didn’t play good football. It wasn’t a good game from us.

“I think we can only go there and do it better. Everyone knows this and we want to show it on Saturday.”

Gross returned from ankle ligament damage which had sidelined him since early September in last week’s 1-1 home draw with Leicester.

Remarkably, it was the first injury of his professional career.

Gross said: “I’m just happy it was my first, I don’t want to have another one. The most important thing is to be healthy.

“You can do some stuff that maybe helps and you have to believe and also maybe be a little bit lucky.”

Albion will be trying to score in four away league games in succession for the first time in two-and-a-half years after hitting the target at Newcastle, Everton and Cardiff.

Huddersfield are seeking back-to-back Premier League wins for the third time after beating Wolves at Molineux on Sunday.

That would move them to within two points of Albion.

Victory today for the Seagulls would take them up at least one place after Wolves lost 2-1 at Cardiff last night, having led at half-time.