Albion head-coach Graham Potter says his side were disappointed to have conceded three goals in their 3-1 defeat against Chelsea at the Amex in their Premier League opener.

Goals from Jorginho, Reece James and Kurt Zouma, secured three points for the Blues despite Leandro Trossard levelling the game at 1-1 early in the second half.

However, despite playing well in parts Potter says he was disappointed that Albion let in three goals. 

He said: "I thought we played well overall in the game, matched Chelsea quite well especially in the first half.

"We were disappointed with the first goal we conceded, after probably one of our best attacks so that was disappointing and then the response was fantastic.

"But we kept going and more than deserved the equaliser.

"Then there needed to be a bit of game management for the second, even though it is a wonder strike we got punished for that, it is something we can do better and I think the second goal took the wind out of us a bit.

"We responded well with Lewis' chance which, on another day, he scores.

"It was disappointing to concede three goals overall because ultimately that is what we are disappointed with the most."