ALBION boss Chris Hughton has hailed Solly March as a more mature and stronger force in the Premier League.

Now he just wants the home grown winger to add goals to his game.

March has been involved in all 25 of Albion’s Premier League matches, starting 24 of them.

That is more starts than any other player, Lewis Dunk the next-highest on 23 and Shane Duffy 22.

Hughton has increasingly depended on March, 24 for one of the wide spots, and will again at home to Burnley on Saturday after he impressed in the 0-0 draw against Watford at the Amex in an intriguing tussle with Jose Holebas.

Hughton told The Argus: “The area he can improve on now is goals. But he’s becoming a stable and reliable member of the squad.

“You’d probably ask questions if he wasn’t because at his age, he has played more games than he ever has. We’re seeing a more mature Solly.

“He’s got stronger. He’s never somebody who has lacked that but there is a bigger physicality in his game now which certainly showed (against Watford).

“He was up against Holebas and it was good competition between the two of them.”