Alexis Mac Allister has revealed the role that head coach Graham Potter wants him to play for Brighton.

The 22-year-old has found himself playing as a ten, in midfield and out wide as part of a front three on both flanks.

Mac Allister has made an impact off the bench so far scoring in their 2-1 win over Burnley in their Premier League opener.

On Saturday he then came off the bench to set-up Leandro Trossard for the winner.

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But Mac Allister has revealed the role Potter wants him to play when he is on the pitch.

Speaking to the club’s website, he said: “As a ten he wants me to find the spaces, to attack the box and try to help the team when we are defending as well.

“Me and (Leandro) Trossard play in similar positions and he says we need to find the space to attack.”