Neal Maupay has been putting in extra time in the hope of ending his debut Albion season in style.

The French striker has worked on his finishing after training as he looks to add to his eight-goal tally.

Albion, who gave players time off this week, are in limbo after measures to contain coronavirus were put into place and the season was suspended.

But, if and when they return, Maupay intends to be sharper than ever in the danger area.

His equaliser at Sheffield United is likely to remain Albion’s last goal for some time and was with an important point.

But he admits he should have taken an important chance in the 1-0 home defeat to Crystal Palace.

Asked whether he feels responsibility to score the goals which keep Albion up, Maupay told The Argus: “Yes, I do.

“I am a striker so, when I am on the pitch, I always want to score.

“Even sometimes when we are playing with two strikers, I want to score.

“I still think, as a team, the striker should be the more efficient player.

“I know I can score goals but I think I am in a period where I need to be more efficient.

“I am not worried because I am training, I am doing the right things.

“I am playing good and doing some extra after training to improve that.

“We stay out after training with Aaron (Connolly) and Glenn (Murray).

“We work every day on it and we want to do our best.”