Graham Potter wants Albion to improve on the performance which rocked Manchester United.

The head coach was delighted with his team in the 3-2 defeat.

But he still saw areas for improvement as the season progresses.

Potter shrugged off refereeing controversies and looked at his own side.

He felt they should have taken a lead into half-time after going ahead through Neal Maupay’s penalty.

Potter said: “I thought the first goal was too cheap from Manchester United.

“You look at the first half, in terms of how much we dominated the game and how we were the better team, to go in at 1-1 was really disappointing from our perspective.

“They have got quality players who in a moment can turn the game around, that is the challenge that we face.

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“We will always look to ourselves in how we can improve, that's how we've got to this point, that's how I've got to this point as a coach.

“It is easy to blame external factors you cannot control, like the referee, I can't do anything about what he does.

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“I just have to look at our team and our players and that is what we will do and we will try to get better."