Adam Webster says playing under Albion head coach Graham Potter can only help him improve as a player.

The 24-year-old centre-half joined Albion in August and has played in their last four games in the Premier League.

Webster is set to start for Potter again against Tottenham and he is enjoying playing under the head coach.

He said: “It has been brilliant for me, I like to play out from the back and that is what we are trying to do all the time.  “So for me it has been great, each day you learn more. It is so structured in the way we do it which can only help me as a player.”

Webster has played on the right side of the back three since he has come into the side and he loving playing there.  He said: “I have been really enjoying playing on the right side. Last year I was on the left-side but I don’t really mind where I am playing.”

Webster has played alongside captain Lewis Dunk and Dan Burn in the back three in the last four games and he feels he is building a partnership with the pair.

He said: “Every game we play we have faced different challenges and we come up against different opposition.  “For me since I have come it has been very natural and it has been easy to slot in.”

One part of Albion’s style of play that has got them into trouble is playing out from the back.  This was evident last week in the defeat to Chelsea when Webster received the ball in the box and took a heavy touch, before bringing down Mason Mount for a penalty.

Webster gave his view on the penalty. He said: “It’s disappointing from my point of view. I did think I got something on the ball. There is one angle where it looks like you can see that.  “It is probably a penalty if that was against us and we hadn’t of got we would have all been fuming.  “It’s frustrating for me to let it get to that but we are trying to build from the back and we are going to make mistakes during the season.”

Albion’s style of play has allowed the centre back’s to bring the ball out and Webster says they have been given the licence to go forward by Potter.

He said: “A couple of times there has been space and it has opened up for me so I have just taken that and driven into it.  “We have licence to do it if I go then one of the midfielders will know to drop in and cover round.  “That is the same if Dunky or Burny go.  “It gives us that freedom to go if it opens up, especially in the away games it does do that and we have taken advantage.”

Two players Webster will line-up against are Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld and Webster says he can learn from the pair.

He said: “They have been playing in the Premier League for a few years and they have had great careers.  “They are internationals as well so there is bits you can take from everyone’s different games. But they are very good players.”

Albion take on Tottenham in the lunch-time kick-off in the Premier League.  Spurs head into the game off the back of a 7-2 defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Tuesday.

But what would it mean for Albion to get a three points against Tottenham and end their seven-month wait for a win at the Amex.

Webster said: “It would be a massive confidence boost we have played well, performances have been good and we feel like we should have more points on the board.  “But it is just about believing if we are playing well each week then the results will come and hopefully that starts against Tottenham.”

The centre-half was also asked whether he was watching Tottenham’s defeat. He said:“I was. It was an enjoyable game to watch two very good teams, it was an open game, but Bayern seemed to score whenever they had a shot.  “So I don’t think it tells the whole tale but they will be looking for a reaction against us.  “We have got to be ready for that and it is a massive game for us.”