Albion have thanked fans for helping them through the Covid-19 shutdown.

Premier League action remains on hold indefinitely after the 20 top-tier clubs met yesterday.

The Seagulls have offered season ticket holders the chance to delay payments due over the next three months.

They are understanding of those who have taken them up on their offer as the coronavirus pandemic shuts down large swathes of the economy.

But they are also hugely grateful to those who are able and willing to keep paying with other revenue streams on hold.

Deputy chairman and chief executive Paul Barber said: “About 5-6% have taken advantage of that (payment holiday), which is a relatively small number and we are very grateful for that.

“I know Tony (Bloom, chairman) is as well.

“The vast majority have maintained their payments, which helps from a cashflow point of view.

“Equally, we are sad for people that have had to take a payment holiday because their own employment situation has changed and their financial circumstances.”

Albion have yet to give any information as to what would happen with season tickets were the current campaign to be curtailed or played behind closed doors given their aim remains to complete their fixtures if at all possible.

Potential scheduling models were discussed by club chiefs, including Bloom and Barber, yesterday.

The Premier League said it “remains our objective” to complete matches but currently “all dates are tentative”.

It is understood there is no agreement in place to finish fixtures by June 30.