Neal Maupay has been told the sky is the limit if he keeps working hard.

Albion’s matchwinner at the Emirates hopes to add to his five goals so far this term when Wolves visit tomorrow.

Maupay nodded home to continue a promising start to top-tier life after his summer move from Brentford.

Head coach Graham Potter reckons there is more to come and has not ruled out the possibility of him becoming a 20-goal striker among the elite.

Potter said: “There is potential because of his personality and his character.

“He doesn't give up, he does his best every day, fights for the team, responds to setbacks.

“He has all the personal and intra-personal qualities to carry on getting better.

“When you’ve got that you don’t put a ceiling on him.

“He is a young guy, it’s his first year in the Premier League coming from the Championship. Not ideal preparation in terms of pre-season.

“But he has scored five goals and, if you speak to him, he'll probably say he's been struggling a little bit recently.

“That's just the level of expectation he puts on himself, the standards he has and the demands he puts on himself.

“We’ve just got to help him manage the process but I think he's got the potential to carry on improving.”

Asked whether Maupay could become a 20-goal Prem striker, Potter replied: “Hopefully, that’s the future. Who knows?

“He has certainly got the quality to do it and he's got the character to do it.

“Whatever he might lack, he will make up for in his desire and determination.”