Albion want to get more from Leandro Trossard as they look to increase their goal return.

And that starts with the Belgian making the most of the openings he is created.

Trossard has blown hot and cold since returning to the starting XI after a groin injury.

He went closest to scoring for Albion at Everton last Saturday when he beat Jordan Pickford but saw his shot hit the bar.

But he also failed to make the best of some very promising situations in both first and second half.

Graham Potter felt Albion did enough to set the stage for Trossard magic at Goodison.

Albion’s head coach said: “That is the challenge away from home in the Premier League, have the ball often enough to get him there.

“I thought he had enough. If you look at his final third entries, there were a quite a lot.

“Maybe he didn’t have his best in terms of overall output.

“His effort was there but it is a combination of the players taking steps and us trying to help him get on the ball more.”

Albion fans are still waiting for news of any attacking reinforcements in a so far quiet transfer window but Potter is convinced he can get more from his existing squad.

He said: “There is lots of room to improve in all aspects of our game – how we attack, how we defend, how we create chances, how we prevent chances.

“It’s not a criticism of the players, it’s just a normal process.

“Results help that - wins and confidence and the feeling but, while we are where we are, we just keep working and focussing on that.”