A “next level” signing and a “real show of intent”.

Albion fans have been giving their opinions on the arrival of Adam Lallana – and they are impressed.

There are one or two concerns about injury.

But supporters who have travelled the length and breadth of the country for several years now supporting the Seagulls like the look of this deal.

Tim Ayling told us: “I think Lallana will be a great addition to Potter's evolution. If reports are true about his positive dressing room impact at Liverpool he should be a welcome influence on the youngsters that we have coming through.

“Let's not overlook his quality as a footballer too. You don't spend so long at Liverpool and have England caps without being a quality player.”

Vicky Rees said the signing felt like a “next level” move by Albion.

She added: “It’s a risky signing on paper given the cost and his injury record over the years.

“But Lallana is somebody who can fill the creative void in midfield, whose presence will inspire others, and whose signing might just attract other potential new recruits this (short) summer. It could just be a masterstroke.”

Gareth Brann, who follows Albion with son Ethan from their home in Huddersfield, admitted: “I am a little bit divided on this.

“Of course, he's a quality player with unbelievable experience and it shows what strides the club has made.

“I just hope if it's a three-year-deal that the club cover themselves by putting something in place in case another serious injury is picked up as it would be a disaster for that to happen.

“But, overall, it could and hopefully will be a really good signing.”

Colin Beales hardly missed an Albion game in more than 20 years before the action went behind closed doors this summer.

He looks forward to being back at the stadium and seeing Lallana in action.

Colin also referred to chairman Tony Bloom’s longer-term aim of establishing Albion in the top ten.

He said: “I think it’s a real show of intent from the club to look at a quality of player that may help us fulfil Tony’s strategy of becoming an established top ten Premier League club.

“Like many fans, I have concerns about his fitness and hope he will be able to be available consistently for the duration of his contract.

“But, if he’s hoping to be with us for the long haul into coaching, he will need to earn his stripes to follow the likes of Bruno on that journey.

“The club has shown that it will invest in youth and bring through young talent but, to do so, these young players will need guidance and experience that the likes of Lallana hopefully will provide.”

Alan Brownings looks forward to seeing the former Liverpool man making Albion more of an attacking force.

He said: “Whilst 32, Lallana presents an improvement for us in an area of the pitch where we have struggled.

“Somebody with an attacking presence with the ability to score goals and provide a better final delivery will only help in the short to medium term.”

Brett Mendoza is thrilled to see a Prem champion on board.

He said: “Lallana is arguably the biggest signing we have made. I think he is perfect for us.

“A leader on the pitch, lots of Premier League experience, the perfect blend to go with our emerging talent. He is also technically a brilliant player."