Albion winger Leandro Trossard admits he has been 'happy' with his recent form after a tough start to the season.

The 26-year-old began the campaign well by scoring against Chelsea in their opening match of the season.

However, the goals then dried up with him having to wait until the end of January to add to his tally by scoring the winner against Tottenham at the Amex.

The Belgian international had been unlucky in some games earlier in the season, especially against Manchester United at the Amex in September where he hit the frame of the goal three times.

In recent weeks Trossard has rediscovered his scoring touch for both club and Country.

Prior to the international break he scored the winner against Southampton and the opening goal in their 3-0 win over Newcastle.

He then followed that up by opening his account for Belgium, scoring a brace in their 8-0 win over Belarus.

But Trossard is now looking to continue his recent run of form.

He said: “I feel like I have had a good season overall.

"The goals and assists weren’t there at the beginning but they’re coming now and I’m happy with that.

“The more you play in a certain system the better you feel and it is going well for me at the moment. I will try to maintain my good form." 

The winger admits confidence remains high in the squad despite their defeat to Manchester United on Sunday.

He said:“The result against Manchester United wasn't the best for us, but we played well especially in the first half and we maybe could have scored more goals.
“But in general everyone in our squad is feeling positive and that's the most important thing. 

"The confidence is there and we will keep going now for the last eight games.”