GRAHAM POTTER is sure there is more to come from Albion – both as individuals and a team.

The Seagulls head coach is not even halfway through his first season with the club but has put his stamp on the style of play since arriving in the summer.

Albion head to Selhurst Park tonight with a chance to jump to tenth in the table if they can beat Crystal Palace.

Owner Tony Bloom has said he wants to make Albion a top-ten club and Potter, pictured, reckons aiming high is always the way to go and his side are nowhere near the finished article – nor should be.

Potter said: “We’re 16 games in and, of course, we want to improve more.

“I can’t say I’m looking at all our players and they are at their very, very maximum and also I don’t think the team is at its maximum either.

“You can always improve and that is something we shall be looking to do.”

He added: “That’s the exciting thing about football, coaching and building a team.

“I don’t think you should ever put a ceiling on a player or a team.

“I just know there is more to come.

“How much that is we don’t know that but I know we’re not at our maximum.”