Albion believe they have done shrewd business after securing Aaron Mooy on a permanent deal.

But a quiet final week of the transfer window still looks the most likely prospect.

Mooy has signed a three-and-half year deal after impressing on loan.

The Seagulls have secured his services at an overall cost of less than £5 million.

They remain open to more business if the right opportunity comes along.

A move away from the Amex for Glenn Murray, linked with interest from elsewhere, did not appear close last night.

Albion have not received any inquiries for Murray - and are not inviting or encouraging any.

Key figures at the club have always been very confident of keeping Mooy on board beyond his loan deal.

They confirmed things had been made more permanent yesterday morning.

Albion head coach Graham Potter said: “We are delighted to have agreed a permanent deal with Aaron and Huddersfield. He’s been an important player for us and will have a key part to play going forward.

“We knew what Aaron would bring, and he’s proved to be an excellent addition to our squad and a great professional both on and off the pitch.”

It is understood Albion remain confident the squad they have can guide them well away from the bottom three before the end of the Premier League season.

Under-23s goalkeeper Tom McGill has joined Crawley on loan for the rest of the season.

He could be involved in the matchday 18 at home to Grimsby today.

Reds lost back-up keeper Michael Luyambula when he was recalled by parent club Birmingham City, who have loaned David Stockdale to Wycombe.