ADAM WEBSTER insists Albion can go to Newcastle without any fear.

The centre-half, who ended up as right-back in last Saturday's 1-1 draw with Burnley, knows Steve Bruce's Toon will be targeting Seagulls as a chance for a much-needed home win.

He also knows the St James' Park faithful can make it an intimidating atmosphere but the summer signing believes Albion have demonstrated they can take on any side with confidence.

Albion have played expansive football at the Amex, both home and away, since head coach Graham Potter took charge, including at the Etihad in a 4-0 defeat to Manchester City.

Asked if they can remain 'brave' when they head to the North-East, Webster said: "It's a tough place to go and with 50,000 Geordies screaming at us, we know it won’t be easy.

"But we did it against City, so we can go anywhere and do that.

“We did it against the champions and all stood up to it so there is no reason why not.

"We shall be looking to go there and win. If we prepare right and, hopefully, get a result.”

The 6ft 3in Webster was part of a tall backline in the draw with Clarets which also included Lewis Dunk (6ft 4in), Shane Duffy (6ft 4in) and Dan Burn (6ft 7in).

Webster admits Seagulls would love to start posing more of a threat from set-pieces.

He said: "It is something we work on every week. They (set-pieces) change every week depending on the opposition, so hopefully we can start adding those goals to our game.”