Solly March has been challenged to add goals to his assists as Albion manager Chris Hughton weighs up his wide options against Crystal Palace.

March has provided four assists in his last three starts.

He set up headers for Lewis Dunk against Everton and Cardiff deputising for Pascal Gross in the No.10 role.

March also supplied the crosses for Shane Duffy and Florin Andone headers at Huddersfield on Saturday, starting on the right-wing at the expense of Anthony Knockaert.

Now Hughton wants him to add to one goal in 50 Premier League appearances at Bournemouth 15 months ago.

Hughton said: "It's all about performances. He's played a lot of games this season and in three positions as well. When Pascal was out he occupied that number ten position for a while.

"He's a very talented player and although he is still young (24), I almost don't see him as a young player because he's been around for the period of time I've been here and before.

"We know the talent he's got and for that type of player, it's always about assists, contribution to a game or goals.

"Probably the next challenge for him now is goals. He's met the challenge of assisting more goals but now the next challenge for him is scoring more goals."