GRAHAM POTTER is delighted to see goals coming from all areas.

But he admits he would love his team to be more prolific.

Albion have had 11 different Premier League goalscorers this season.

And that does not include the Lucas Digne own goal which beat Everton in October.

Only Liverpool (16) and Leicester City (12) have had more marksmen in the Prem this season.

The Seagulls’ goals total of 25 ranks joint tenth in the table.

That range of options will be part of Potter’s thinking as he plans January transfer activity and plots for the return trip to Goodison Park on Saturday.

At the same time, he knows there is scope for front pair Neal Maupay and Aaron Connolly to have scored more league goals than current tallies of seven and two respectively.

Albion’s head coach said: “It’s nice to have that number of goalscorers and it would be nice to have them scoring more.

“I think you are in trouble if you just rely on one person or two people and then that dries up.

“We try but Neal as well, in his first season, is adapting to the Premier League and has done well.

“Aaron started off amazing and probably wants to score more.

“We just have to keep working with the guys.”

Defender Adam Webster is currently second top scorer in the league with three.

Lewis Dunk, who scored at Goodison last season, has two along with Leandro Trossard and Alireza Jahanbakhsh.