Maty Ryan reckons Lewis Dunk has gone to “another level” this season.

And he is not the only one benefitting under head coach Graham Potter.

Albion fans were disappointed to see Dunk miss out on another England squad this week.

He can offer another glimpse of what he can do against Harry Maguire and Manchester United at Old Trafford tomorrow.

Ryan gets as good a view as anyone of Dunk’s progress.

The Aussie international goalkeeper said: “Dunky has been taking his game to another level.

“He is not the only one. There is a number of players who have been doing really well.

“Graham has helped take his on-the-ball skills to another level.

“To have that composure at certain moments in the game.

“That is coupled with the basis of structure and information we get from the coaching staff.

“If we didn’t get that info for players to be in certain areas on the pitch and making certain movements, he wouldn’t be playing to the level that he is.

“Then it comes down to him and his composure in those moments when he is on the ball and his execution finding the player.”

Dunk will have a change of sidekick in the starting XI after Adam Webster was ruled out for several weeks due to ankle ligament damage.

Webster was carried off during the 2-0 win over Norwich and his lay-off could be four to six weeks.

Potter said: “It is not too bad at this stage. Sometimes with ligaments, you can be talking months.

“Hopefully it is weeks but we don’t like to lose anybody.”

Shane Duffy looks favourite to start in Webster’s place although Leon Balogun is also a candidate.

Potter said: “Shane came in and did well and we have got other options.

“Adam was playing well and was important to what we were trying to do.”