Adam Webster is on course to return to Albion's defence as they face Norwich.

The defender missed the defeat by Manchester United with a hamstring issue.

Albion will give him time to prove his fitness in training ahead of the Premier League clash at Carrow Road.

Webster limped off during last week’s 0-0 draw at Leicester.

Head coach Graham Potter said today: “We are going to wait as long as we can to make a decision but he is looking like he is going to make the weekend.”

Davy Propper felt tightness in his calf muscle during his 45 minutes against Manchester United.

He is expected to train tomorrow.

Potter said: “It is nothing serious. He is making a good recovery and it is more precautionary than anything.”

The Seagulls boss knows a win would take his team to 36 points, which was their final tally last season.

But he is also aware Norwich will see their visit as a chance to gain a much-needed win.

He added: “It’s an important game. It’s always going to be important for where we are in the table, for what stage of the season we are - for both teams, I would say.

“We have picked up four points from the lockdown.

“We were only two points from the bottom three at the restart.

“We have improved our position so we can be positive about that but, at the same time, we know we have still got a lot of work to do.”