Is that the way further up the Premier League?

Graham Potter looked every inch the man in charge as Albion got down to work on their first training day in Austria.

Potter is hoping to improve on the Seagulls' 17th-placed finish under former manager Chris Hughton last season.

The head coach has taken his players to a mountain resort in the Alpine country as preparations step up in pre-season.

The Argus: French winger Anthony Knockaert (centre above) led a squad jog in cool and damp weather.

The forecast for the rest of Albion's stay is mixed - but many fans believe the outlook could be bright under Potter.