Leandro Trossard hopes his shining displays for Albion can get him into the Belgium team.

Trossard picked a groin injury on international duty at the start of September and was ruled out for club and country.

He has made a big impact off the bench in the last two games and is looking to continue in this vein of form in the Premier League

Trossard said: “For everyone it will help to play at a high level and show what you can do.

"For sure if I keep on going like I have been, then I think there is a big chance he (Roberto Martinez) will put me in the squad.

“But it is a long time from now, so you have to show what you can do every week and we will see at the end what happens.”

Trossard set up the winner against Everton and added a goal and an assist in the 2-0 victory over Norwich.

That could be enough to get him into head coach Graham Potter’s starting XI.

He said: “I want to start every game, it is the decision of the coach.

"I think you have to show yourself on the pitch and I think I have done that now twice, you have to make it as difficult as possible.”

The 24-year-old scored his second goal of the season with a deft touch off the outside of his boot from Martin Montoya’s cross.

He revealed: “We have been working on it in training.

“I knew that I had to be at the front post because I was closest there and Martin delivered a perfect cross, nice and firm so I just had to touch it and it went in.

“Everybody is ready. You see the subs can also make the difference, which has happened in the last two weeks and it can also be anyone else in the team.

“Everyone has to be ready and we have a really good team here.”