Albion head coach Graham Potter felt a draw was a fair result for Albion as they were held by West Ham at the Amex.

The Seagulls took the lead in the 84th minute through Danny Welbeck, but a late strike from substitute Said Benrahma meant West Ham took a point back to London.

But Potter felt a point was a fair reflection of the game.

He said: "You are always a little bit disappointed when you are 1-0 up with not so long to go.

"But at the same time I think over the course of the game a draw is a fair result.

"I cannot say we deserved necessarily anything more.

"I thought West Ham were better than us in the first half, they created some more danger than we did.

"But we were okay in the first half, we were better in the second half but overall the boys did well."