ALBION’S new top men are set for two days of talks which could lay the foundations for the club’s third Premier League season.

Head coach Graham Potter and technical director Dan Ashworth will get down to business after a whirlwind day of finalising and signing contracts and meeting the media yesterday.

Recruitment chief Paul Winstanley and the newly-arrived Kyle Macaulay, who is joining the department, will also have a chance to get to know each other and compare notes.

Senior management figures including chairman Tony Bloom and vice-chairman Paul Barber enjoyed dinner together in Brighton last night as part of the getting-to-know-you process.

Albion believe the title of head coach, rather than the more traditional manager, best suits the job Potter has taken now Ashworth is in place.

But, in terms of the first team, it is essentially the same role as carried out by predecessor Chris Hughton.

Potter has brought assistants Billy Reid and Bjorn Hamberg with him from Swansea.

It is feared in South Wales he will also look to take striker Ollie McBurnie to the Amex this summer.

Potter skilfully sidestepped a question about any interest in the 22-year-old striker who scored 22 Championship goals last season.

But a player recruitment plan for this window could become clearer, at least behind closed doors, in the next two days.