Albion head coach Graham Potter is hoping strikers Neal Maupay and Glenn Murray can learn off each other.

Maupay, 22, joined Albion on Monday and will be competing with last season’s top goalscorer Murray for a place up front.

But Potter feels the partnership can be mutually beneficial for the pair.

He said: “I think Glenn is an experienced top Premier League striker and so you think that Neal has got something to learn from him in terms of how he looks after himself, how he conducts himself to maintain the level of career he has had and of course how he still influences the game at the highest level.

“What you also want is an environment where everybody learns off everybody not just because of the age, not just because of the status whether it is a coach or a player.

“You want the coach to learn off the players, you want Neal to inspire somebody else.

“So that is what we are trying to work towards in terms of trying to be a role model, in terms of being somebody to look up to I think Glenn Murray is fantastic.”