Graham Potter has pledged support for Neal Maupay after his Molineux meltdown.

But the red-carded striker has been told not to let it happen again.

Maupay is facing a two-game ban and FA charge after his dismissal in the wake of the Seagulls’ 2-1 defeat by Wolves.

His absence starts when West Ham visit the Amex tomorrow.

Potter struck a note of support and collective responsibility when asked about the aftermath of the Maupay red.

The Albion head coach said: “It’s like all players, you have to speak to them, they’re all a bit different, slightly different personalities.

“We’re not all the same and we have to remember that.

“People forget Neal is relatively young and I cast my mind back to when I was his age and I didn’t always act in the best way, make the best decisions.

“Unfortunately, when they are young men and it’s a pressurised situation, sometimes you don’t act as you would.

“We have to support him and, at the same time, make sure we don’t make the same mistakes.”

Maupay and Lewis Dunk, Albion’s scorers in the 2-2 draw at West Ham, are both banned for the final game behind closed doors.