GRAHAM POTTER is looking forward to working with Glenn Murray for the rest of the season.

But there could be late transfer activity today.

Albion have upped their offer to Boca Juniors to cut short Alexis Mac Allister’s loan spell.

Sources in Argentina last night claimed Boca were ready to accept their £675,000 bid.

They are keen on Chelsea right-back Tariq Lamptey at the right price.

The Argus was last night told work was “ongoing” to bring the 19-year-old to the Amex.

Murray’s future has been the subject of speculation during the month.

Barring a dramatic change, the popular striker will remain on board as the window closes at 11pm.

Seagulls head coach Potter told The Argus: “I’ve said all along Glenn has been important for us on and off the pitch.

“As far as I am aware he is going to be here and I am looking forward to working with him.”

Potter had earlier said: “I’m pretty sure over the next games and weeks that he will play his part.”

There was no sign of a new striker arriving with reports of interest in Hertha Berlin frontman Davie Selke believed to be wide of the mark.

Potter hopes his existing forwards are provided with and take chances to add to West Ham’s woes at the London Stadium tomorrow.

He said: “We have to play better as team to give them more chances so that is what we have been working on.”