Graham Potter is excited about the prospect of two of his flying machines in the wing-back berths.

But Marc Cucurella down the left and Tariq Lamptey on the right is just one of the options open to him.

Cucurella has played two Premier League games since his arrival from Getafe.

His acclimatisation to England and its football is dovetailing nicely with Lamptey’s return from long-term injury.

While Lamptey is not expected to start at Crystal Palace on Monday, the prospect of the two of them on opposite flanks before too long is realistic.

Albion boss Porter said: “That’s certainly a potential option for us.

“Tariq is coming back from a long injury so we need to be careful with him and manage expectations a little bit but certainly both of those are very competent, exciting, attacking players.

“They enable us to attack the sides really well and then it’s about also about how we attack in the middle.

“But certainly they give us some give us some attributes which aren’t easy to find. So it is exciting.”

Cucurella has impressed Potter in both his outings so far – for different reasons.

The Seagulls boss said: “Brentford away isn’t an easy fixture at all.

“You can see the form they’re in so far so it was a tough away fixture to start off with in the Premier League and then to come and play Leicester – again, good players and a good team.

“I thought he did really well.

“I thought you can see his quality, his personality and attitude.

“It’s always nice when a new player starts off well, gets settled down well and he did that.

“But there were no doubts from our perspective. We had followed him for a while.

“And then when he comes in, you see the character, you see the guy, the human being and then you think he has a chance.”