Graham Potter has been impressed by how well midfielder Jakub Moder has done so far this season for both Brighton and Poland.

The 22-year-old caught the eye once again for Poland with his performance in their 1-1 draw against England in their World Cup qualifier in Warsaw last night.

Moder played the full 90 minutes as Poland snatched a later equaliser in stoppage time.

It capped off what has been a great international window for the towering midfielder, who started all three of their matches, meaning he has now won 15 caps for his country.

But Potter admits he has been impressed by the influence Moder has had on matches for both club and country.

He said: “We are pleased for him, we know his qualities and again he one of the young players that are growing all the time.

“He has had a busy summer with the Euros and he has come back in and has had a busy period away with his national team.

“But we are delighted with him and his influence on the game. It was a great action for the goal but he has got that ability and we are excited for him.”