Chris Hughton believes there is more to come from his Albion side as they prepare for tomorrow night’s showdown at the Amex against Crystal Palace.

The 2-1 win at ten-man Huddersfield means the Seagulls are a point better off in 11th than at the same stage last season and nine clear of the relegation zone.

Four of the summer signings played a part in the victory in Yorkshire.

Hughton said: “I am happy with where we are. One is points and one is the gap between (bottom three).

“I think we probably haven’t played as consistently well as I would have liked, so I’m hoping there’s more to come.

“Particularly now that Andone, Bernardo, Bissouma, Locadia are pushing hard, Balogun who came on at right-back.”

Albion benefited from a red card against David Wagner’s Huddersfield side for Steve Mounie from refer- ee Michael Oliver in the first half for a tackle on (Yves) Bissouma.

Hughton said: “If I’m David I would be feeling aggrieved. It’s normal when it is your own player.”

Palace were 2-0 winners over Burnley, Albion’s hosts on Saturday.

Hughton told The Argus: “I think Crystal Palace are a very talented team, they really are.

“The only reason they haven’t got the results they would have liked is because of how this division is.”

Dale Stephens completes a three-match ban tomorrow for his red card at Cardiff last month.

Bruno, who went off injured at Huddersfield, is likely to be replaced at right-back by fellow Spaniard Martin Montoya.