Graham Potter was really impressed by midfield prospect Steven Alzate in Albion's opening friendly win in Austria.

The 20-year-old Londoner featured in midfield in the first half of yesterday's 5-2 win against FC Liefering.

Alzate's season-laon loan to Swindon last season was cut short halfway through by a stress fracture of the back.

He was among half-a-dozen under-23s on the Austria trip, including Max Sanders who played in the second half against Liefering.

Potter said: "They've done well. They've not looked out of place. I thought Steven in particular first half was really impressive.

"It's good to have them with us and they will be with the group and we'll keep working."

Sanders was used in an unfamiliar role at right-back and began the move from which new signing Leandro Trossard stretched Albion's lead to 4-2 at the start of the second half.

Potter said: "He had a good start, starting off with the goal. He was playing in a slightly unusual position for him, a midfielder at right-back, but we were trying to use him to go from that full-back to midfield position with Anthony (Knockaert) giving us width.

"He's another one that has got quality and ability. Hopefully we can build our attacks well and consistently and try to reduce the opposition to not too many as well.

"We've got a lot of work to do, but there were some good signs."