Albion are set to make “some decisions” on Steven Alzate as he struggles with a groin issue.

The midfielder has not featured in a 20-man matchday squad since action restarted.

He was due to have minor surgery in March but that was put back when he showed coronavirus symptoms.

Technical director Dan Ashworth told The Argus during lockdown that rest alone would not cure Alzate’s problem and a minor procedure would be necessary.

Head coach Graham Potter told reporters today: “We are monitoring him daily, his situation.

“He’s the one we are probably going to have to take some decisions on over the next couple of days.

“Even today in training he looked like he was struggling a bit.

“He is probably the one who is suffering a bit at the moment.”

That could mean an end to a debut Premier League season which has seen Alzate play 19 games, of which 12 were starts, and earn a senior Colombia call-up.

Jose Izquierdo remains in Colombia recovering after a knee injury.

Potter said: "He is still some way away."

All other players are available for the visit of Liverpool on Wednesday.