ADAM WEBSTER says Albion’s home form is going to be vital for the rest of this season.

Albion have two home games in a row with the visit of Everton on Saturday and then Norwich City the following weekend.

Only Southampton and Watford have worse home records this season than the Seagulls with no wins at St Mary’s or Vicarage Road respectively.

The resounding 3-0 victory against Tottenham at the Amex before the international break was Albion’s first there in over seven months in the Premier League.

But Albion suffered a narrow 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa last Saturday on the road and the focus is now back on the Amex and producing the type of performance that stunned Spurs.

Centre-half Webster, who gave Albion the lead at Villa with his first goal for the club, admitted: “Our home form is going to be crucial and we want to make it a fortress at the Amex.

“Hopefully starting Saturday we can get another win on the board.”

One of the positives from Saturday’s defeat to Villa was the return of a number of Albion’s injured players to the squad.

Davy Propper started after recovering from a whack he took in training prior to the Chelsea game at the end of last month.

Striker Leandro Trossard was named on the bench after recovering from groin injury which he picked up on international duty in August.

Shane Duffy was also on the bench and came on as a second half substitute, having proving on international duty with the Republic of Ireland he had recovered from a calf injury picked up in the Carabao Cup against Villa.

Webster is happy to see players returning to fitness and the squad.

He said: “We had a stage where the squad was thin on the ground and we had a fair few injuries. It is pleasing for us that we are getting people back and that will only help us going forward.”