Leandro Trossard has revealed how much he loves the atmosphere created by Premier League fans.

And that includes being told to “f… off” when he warmed up at Aston Villa.

The Seagulls star hopes for somelong-awaited international action for Belgium return as he rejoins the squad following injury.

His comeback with his club has already been a success in terms of coming off the bench at the Amex.

Trossard was more subdued at Old Trafford, though a pair of free-kicks could easily have brought his side back into the contest after going 2-0 down.

His return tempted Belgian media across to the Lancing training complex ahead of the Old Trafford trip for a full catch-up with the man who shone brightest in their domestic league last season with champions Genk.

There still appears to be some surprise, even disappointment, in Belgium that Trossard chose Albion.

He was linked with Arsenal and Atletico Madrid and could have gone to Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga.

Trossard explained the big part Graham Potter had in pulling off the deal, adding he would not have signed had Chris Hughton remained in charge.

He spoke about how impressed he has been by the infrastructure at Albion.

And he was enthusiastic about the crowds at Premier League games.

Trossard told reporter Koen Van Uytvange of Nieuwsblad.be: “If fans sing here, it sounds ten times louder than ours.

“When I started warming up at Aston Villa, I heard the ‘f… offs from the stands. They will try to get you out of your stride.

“I like that. Playing for around 40,000 supporters motivates me more than playing at Mouscron for less than 2,000 people.

“Officially, I’ve only scored two goals. VAR has rejected one.

“My pass against Everton led to an own goal and I was already happy that the ball went in.

“Coming back after injury and giving the team three points, that gives you a huge release.

“I now also notice that the stadium gets happier when I get off the bench.

“They appreciate what I do and that feels good.”

That is not the only difference Trossard has found in the Prem.

He said: “Clubs are just richer, that’s the difference. At Brighton they can take an ultrasound scan at the club.

“And they have their own chefs, while clubs in Belgium work with caterers.”

Trossard has settled into Brighton and he is not the only one.

He revealed his agent’s wife had been taken by the city, which has helped the settling process.

And former Belgian League goalkeeper Maty Ryan is playing his part.

Trossard said: “The first month at the hotel, Mathew showed me the best eateries in the city and showed me the way.

“And with Davy Propper, Alireza Jahanbaskh and Jurgen Locadia, who has since left, there were also three boys who speak Dutch.”

Asked about his agent, Trossard said: “They don’t live there but he tries to be there every match, so they have a permanent place here.

“His wife stays here regularly. That’s their choice, I didn’t ask that but it is nice to have a familiar face around you, also for (wife) Laura.

“Thiago (Trossard’s son) goes to daycare five days a week and then she goes to work out. But she’s social, she’s busy.

“And, so far, we have had people visiting almost every weekend.”

Those visitors were regally entertained by Trossard against Everton and Norwich.

Potter believed his qualities could prove key in the final 30 minutes of those games.

But his performances demanded a start at Old Trafford.

There is still a feeling Trossard is only just getting started after a move which remained on hold until after his summer wedding.

He said: “Graham Potter came over three weeks before my wedding to talk to me.

“That he came especially to Belgium for that made me feel good. Seventy percent of my decision had already been made.

“Brighton were nervous and pushed to deal with it quickly. And Brighton is not the worst place to live!

“Wolfsburg is also not a poor club, although financially everything was close.

“But I had a better feeling with Brighton. Here you are in the Premier League, where you play top matches every week.

“Last season at Genk you knew in a home match against, say, Mouscron that you would win, but not by how much. You don’t get that feeling in any match here.”

Which led to the question – why join a team fighting to stay up?

Trossard said: “Those question marks were based on last season. But Brighton now has a different trainer.

“Now ask the people who were critical again and I don’t think their answers would be the same.

“I think I can go a step higher than Brighton, but it’s up to me to show that. Step by step, isn’t it?

“But Graham Potter stands for good football. You knew that when you saw how he had Swansea play last season.

“If the previous trainer were still here, I don’t think I would have chosen Brighton.”