Davy Propper has admitted he should score more goals for Albion.

The midfielder hit 22 in 89 appearances for PSV prior to moving to England.

But he has netted just once for the Seagulls in 81 appearances.

So far this season, the Dutchman has had nine shots in seven games without success.

Propper believes the goals will come if Albion keep creating chances.

He said: “It is difficult. Last year we had less chances and the ratio of goals was much higher.

“But we just have to keep going, create a lot of chances and we are confident that the goals will come.”

“I think everybody, even the striker, gets more chances than the last two years and I expect more goals from myself too.”

Albion have only scored nine goals in nine games so far this term with six of them coming in the wins over Watford and Tottenham.

Propper said: “The end part, scoring goals, is difficult.

“We create a lot of chances but the last decision, the last pass, is not always right or we are too quick in thinking of scoring a goal.

“Hopefully we can put them back in their own 18-yard box and make sure we control the game there and eventually score a goal.”