Graham Potter is looking forward to more Leandro Trossard magic after his sparkling Amex debut.

But the Albion head coach says team mates must play their part in helping their new colleague take the Premier League by storm.

Trossard is preparing for his Premier League debut at Watford on Saturday.

He does so buoyed by an impressive three-assist showing in the 4-0 win at Birmingham.

The former Genk forward then took man-of-the-match honours as he dazzled Valencia with his footwork in the final friendly of the summer.

Potter said: “I think you saw a fair reflection of the qualities he can bring.

“Of course, he will improve the longer he is with us.

“Leo can play in the space, he is technically very good.

“He is very good in terms of his intelligence and his decision-making, especially in the final third.

“The challenges, of course, are adapting to life in a different country, in a different league.

“The physicality of the league here is higher but you have to just play to his strengths.

“He is really good in tight spaces and his low centre of gravity means he can move quickly and effectively.

“As long you use what he has, then he is a talented player.”

Albion go to Vicarage Road to open the season for the second successive year.

Last season’s 2-0 defeat saw debuts for Bernardo, who started, as well as Yves Bissouma and Alireza Jahanbakhsh, who both came off the bench.

Watford yesterday signed free agent Danny Welbeck after he passed a medical.

But the former Manchester United and Arsenal striker might not be thrown straight in against the Seagulls given he has not played since suffering an ankle injury last November.