Leandro Trossard has sharpened up his movement – and the rewards are coming.

The Belgian scored for the second successive match in the defeat to Liverpool.

He freed himself of markers to meet Tariq Lamptey’s cross with a half volley.

Trossard’s run on Saturday got him into position to guide home Aaron Mooy’s low cross for the only goal at Norwich.

Albion head coach Graham Potter said last night: “I thought he was really good again.

“He makes really good runs into the box.

“It’s something we identified he needed to try and improve.

“He gets into the box well.

“He also helped with how we link the game so he can do both sides of things.

“It was a really good finish.

“He is contributing in terms of assist and goals which is the main part of his role in the team.”