LEANDRO TROSSARD believes he has adapted well to the Premier League – despite a stop-start season so far with Albion.

The Belgium forward began the season by scoring on his debut against West Ham at the Amex. He also looked a threat in the games at home to Southampton and away at Manchester City.

But he picked up a groin injury on international duty with Belgium at the start of September which kept him out until the end of October.

Since making his injury comeback Trossard has come off the bench to set up the winner against Everton and added a goal and an assist in the 2-0 victory over Norwich.

Trossard feels he is getting used to English football despite the setback which kept him out of half of Albion’s games so far.

He said: “I have adapted really quickly. Because I am a more technical player, I always try to find my spaces.

“It’s a little bit tougher in duels but I try to always play out of it.

“I always try to have the most space I can in order to try and show what I can do.”

Trossard’s hunger to get on the ball was clear against Norwich after he was sent on by head coach Graham Potter.

He said: “He (Potter) asks me to, but it is my style and I always try to do it whether I start or if I come on.

“I try to demand the ball, try to make passes to create chances and also score goals.”

Albion made it three wins on the trot at the Amex with the win over Norwich and climbed to eighth in the Premier League.

Trossard hopes Albion can continue their good form by getting a win at Old Trafford against an under-pressure Manchester United.

He said: “It is a really nice feeling and now we are comfortable in the league table.

“We are feeling really good. We have been playing well the last few weeks but not always getting the results we deserve and now we have started to get the rewards, which is a really great feeling.

“We try to play like that every week to create chances and now, in the last couple of games, we have been rewarded. We have scored goals as well and got the results.

“I hope we can keep on going like that and try to win the game against Manchester United.”