Will Reda Khadra be impressing Graham Potter and his first-team management set-up?

The former Borussia Dortmund youngster scored for the second successive game today.

Khadra was on trial with Manchester United recently and also reportedly trained with Stoke City following his departure from Dortmund.

This (below) is his goal early in the second half which was good enough to beat Liverpool in under-23s league action today.

Albion pressed high and the work of another recent signing – former Amiens striker Ulrick Emene – initially put Liverpool in trouble.

Khadra’s right-foot finish from an angle after a forceful run on the left was not too dis-similar to his opener in the win at West Ham in the previous under-23s match two weeks previously.

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With Jose Izquierdo starting on the left, Khadra spent the first half on the right today and was involved in many of Albion’s better moments as they made the running.

Whether he is moving towards a first-team chance remains to be seen.

Context is required. This is under-23s football and it's a big step up to the senior stuff. 

There will be plenty of aspects of his play being studied by the coaching staff, not just his moments of magic on the ball, as under-23s boss Simon Rusk underlined after this win.

Rusk said: “He brings a level of individuality. He is a creative player and he has demonstrated that with his goals against West Ham and Liverpool.

“There’s bits to work on with him defensively, but his contribution from an attacking point of view can’t be questioned.”

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It is early days and Albion have several players who can play wide or in support of a centre-forward.

But Khadra, who turned 19 in July, has done his chances no harm in two matches so far.

Highlights of the win over Liverpool can be seen here.