ALBION are still considering a warm weather training break – to help them snap out of their Premier League troubles.

The idea was originally mooted when they potentially faced over a fortnight without a game prior to last week's FA Cup fourth round replay win at West Brom.

They have ten days between Saturday's FA Cup fifth round tie at home to Derby and the trip to Leicester.

Manager Chris Hughton said: "We're thinking about it. We have the cup game and then ten days. So it's something we will think about and these are the things you do when you are on the back of a period that, points wise, has probably been a difficult period, not so much performance overall.

"Sometimes you look to do something just a little bit different to change that trend a little bit."

One win and seven defeats in 11 league games has left Albion three points and four places above the relegation zone.