Adam Webster claims Aaron Connolly is a “terror” to play against.

Striker Connolly marked his Prem debut with two goals as Seagulls stunned Spurs 3-0 at the Amex.

And big centre-half Webster was not surprised by the 19-year-old’s impact after dealing with the frontman regularly on the training pitch.

Webster said: “In training he’s like what he is out there a terror, he is small and so quick.

“The touches he takes on the ball, you can’t tackle him. There are a lot of little touches so it is hard to defend against.

“I am absolutely delighted for him. Both him and Neal (Maupay) were magnificent up top.”

Connolly’s second strike drew plenty of praise.

Webster said: “It was a great finish. It was a great ball by Dunky (Lewis Dunk), he got down the side of them and you can’t do too much defending against that.”

That gave Albion daylight but Webster said the victory against last season’s Champions League finalists was a joy to play in.

Maupay pounced on an early Hugo Lloris error to get them on their way.

Webster said: “It was enjoyable from start to finish.

“We knew it was going to be a really tough game and we got a bit of luck in the first few minutes.

“But we thoroughly deserved the win and the boys put in an unbelievable shift.”

It was the ideal response from the previous Saturday’s defeat at Chelsea.

Webster revealed what he felt they did differently at the Amex.

He said: “Structurally and shape-wise we were a lot better, we didn’t let them settle at times we went a bit more direct as well.

“We got in behind them and stretched the game, which was important but it was a great performance.

“It was comfortable for us for the majority of the game, our shape was good, we kept the ball well and we hurt them as well. It was a great performance and I’m absolutely delighted.”

Webster put Albion’s comfortable defensive display down to a good week on the training ground. He said: “Throughout the week we were working on things which go wrong in the games and trying to put it right.

“We did that the whole week and we were ready for the game.

“Tactically we were spot on and the shape was solid for us throughout.

“We didn’t give them too much and it was a great performance.”

The international break means Albion’s next game is not for another fortnight.

Webster said: “It gives us a little break so we can recover and make sure we are right for when we come back in.

“But it might have been nice to have another game.”