Buoyant Albion have been urged to seize the opportunity as they face a testing run of Premier League games.

The Seagulls go to Manchester United and host Leicester either side of the next international break.

Then comes a nine-game period in which they visit both Liverpool and Arsenal and host a dangerous Wolves side.

Albion go into that run after three successive home wins thanks to the 2-0 success over Norwich.

Potter sees the testing period as a chance to shine.

Albion’s head coach said: “They are all tough. Norwich was a tough game.

“There is the psychological element of the game you have to deal with because we won our last two at home against supposedly better opposition (Tottenham and Everton).

“You have to manage that and every team in the Premier League carries their own threat.

“But, at the same time, I think it’s an opportunity.

“We should look it at that we can win games.

“We feel confident, we have belief in what we are doing, we know we can get better.”

Albion are likely to go into that run of fixtures without Adam Webster, who was stretchered off on Saturday.

Potter was unable to offer any details on the injury but praised his substitute Shane Duffy, who scored the second goal to kill off the Canaries.