Graham Potter has not ruled out Florin Andone playing again for Albion this season.

Andone and fellow Seagulls loanee Percy Tau could go head to head in the Champions League this evening as Galatasaray visit Club Brugge.

There was no involvement for Andone as Galatasaray beat Kasimpasa 1-0 in the Turkish league on Friday.

But he is keen to build up playing time after signing a season-long loan.

Albion head coach Potter said: “I don’t think we are at that point where we can guarantee that to anybody, I don’t think that is healthy “I understand players sometimes have to look after themselves. They have got careers and families.

“We have a recall in January and we will monitor his progress.

“Sometimes players just need to play regularly and kick-start again.”

Speaking on Friday, Gala assistant coach Levent Sahin said “Our new signings are not 100% physically but there is no issue with their adaptation.”

Tau lost his starting place and was an unused sub when Club Brugge beat cross-city rivals Cercle 2-0 on Saturday.

He was yesterday named in Philippe Clement’s squad for the Group A opener.