Percy Tau believes he has developed his game during the three years that he has been out on loan in Belgium.

The 26-year-old forward is currently on a season-long loan at Anderlecht from Albion, where he has scored four goals in his nine games so far this season.

In 2019/2020 he was on loan at Club Brugge, where he played an important role.

Tau played 30 times in all competitions scoring four goals and getting eight assists.

It included him featuring in their Europa League campaign which saw them play against Manchester United.

The season ended with Brugge winning the league title.

In 2018/19, The South African international was on loan at the Belgium team Albion chairman Tony Bloom owns, Union St Gilliose.

He made 35 appearances for the Belgium second division side netting 13 times and getting 13 assists.

Reflecting on his three seasons out on loan, Tau believes he has improved.

Speaking to the club's website, he said, “I feel like I have made a lot of progress during my three years in Europe so far.

“My adjustments have had to be quick because each year I have been at a different club.

“That’s been really good for me because I have learned to adapt to new environments and new people.

“The quicker I can adapt to those changes the better I will do on the pitch.

“When I look back at my games, I can see how I am improving all the time.

“I feel stronger for the experience. I have made lots of memories and have won the league title in Belgium, so it has been great for me.”