Albion have told their latest Euro prospect to keep impressing – as they ponder an early call-up.

Jakub Moder was among the successes of international fortnight as made an impact with Poland.

The midfielder was signed from Lech Poznan on deadline day and immediately loaned back to the Ekstraklasa club “for the time being”.

That wording appears to open the door for a January switch if head coach Graham Potter and staff think that is the right call.

Potter told The Argus: “He’s a player the club have been aware of for a while and were keen to bring in.

“A talented player and one who fits the profile of the club and what we are trying to look to do.

“He’s at the stage of his career where he is in a good place, playing football.

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“Like anything, you need to make the right call in terms of when the right time is to bring him back.

“Dependent on our situation, dependent on how he is developing and how his career is going over in Poland.

“I think we can be open with that one. There’s no need to make that decision now.”

Moder started a friendly against Finland, and then had a full 90 minutes an Italian midfield including Jorginho and Marco Verratti as the Poles drew 0-0 in the Nations League.

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Potter said: “I understand he has done well but we are not surprised by that.

“He has got an exciting future. He has taken some steps already and he needs to carry on with that type of performance and progress.

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“He is a young, ambitious, hungry player so I’m looking forward to watching him develop.”

Lech are away to Jagiellonia Bialystok this evening.