Graham Potter said Albion were “a bit disappointed” to drop more points at the Amex.

Potter saw his Albion side pegged back for a 1-1 draw at home to Burnley.

Jeff Hendrick struck on 90 minutes to cancel out a Neal Maupay volley.

Albion seemed to be on course for a first home win of the season.

Head coach Potter said: “I’m disappointed with the result, of course, and the manner of the goal so late.

“I thought the boys put such a lot into the game.

“The first 20 or 25 minutes, I thought Burnley were the better team.

“They caused us problems. We had to change our shape and, I think, from that point, we were the better team.

“Then we scored a good goal and had other opportunities.

“They scored from their only shot on target but it was a good goal, in fairness to them.

“Overall we are a bit disappointed but that’s the Premier League.

“If you don’t get that second goal or don’t kill teams off, there is a chance, because of the quality of the opposition, you can concede.

“That is what happened.”