Albion are leading the way when it comes to giving homegrown talent the chance to shine in the Premier League.

The Seagulls (30.1%) top the rankings when it comes to the amount of minutes played by home-grown players in the Prem this season.

That is just under three percent more than the next best team in Manchester United (27.1%).

Graham Potter’s side also rank quite highly across Europe’s top five leagues and sit fifth for the percentage of minutes given to homegrown players, with only Osasuna (34.3%), St Etienne (35%), Athletic Bilbao (40.6%), Real Sociedad (48.5%) and Celta Vigo (49%) above them.

That is not a surprise given the number of young players that have broken through during Potter's reign with Aaron Connolly and Steven Alzate last season and Robert Sanchez in this campaign.

When you look at the Seagulls starting Xi in the defeat to Wolves it contained six homegrown players.

But Albion could easily name a homegrown starting line-up, if the whole squad was fit.

In total, Potter has 14 homegrown players within their 25-man Prem squad.