Leandro Trossard has been told he will keep improving as a Premier League threat.

Albion boss Graham Potter must decide whether to restore the Belgian to the starting line-up as they go to Norwich City tomorrow.

He also offers a great option off the bench – as he proved as a game-changer when the Canaries were beaten this season at the Amex.

Trossard made the breakthrough with a predatory finish from close range that afternoon and later set up Shane Duffy at a set-piece in a 2-0 success.

Head coach Graham Potter said: “It’s his first season in the Premier League.

“He is adapting to a new country, a new team, a new league.

“He had an injury at the start of the season that put him back a bit but overall he has had a season where he did a lot of good things and I’m sure he will say there’s more to come.

“That’s the process of learning and improving. He’s got lots of qualities and is an important player for us. We’re delighted to have him.”

Trossard went on as a half-time substitute and impressed in the midweek defeat to Manchester United.

But a pair of near misses left his goals tally on a modest three for the campaign.

Potter is likely to restore top marksman Neal Maupay to his attack against a Norwich side who have had ongoing problems in central defence.

Trossard is also set to feature at some stage in what is now a 16-man game.

Potter said: “He’s got great close control, can go on both sides, he’s a good finisher, so from an offensive point of view he can certainly help us.

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“He can play off the left or as a second striker and we have some flexibility there.

“The first season is one where you’re trying to adapt, have to make the most of it and will improve.”

Albion will be close to Premier League safety if they complete the double in Norfolk.