ALBION goalkeeper Robert Sanchez has impressed yet again in training with the Spanish national team.

The 23-year-old has been in good form for Albion this season, only conceding five goals in seven Premier League matches and then received another call-up by Spain manager Luis Enrique.

The goalkeeper has been training with David De Gea and Unai Simon at the San Siro, where Inter and AC Milan play, under the watchful eyes of goalkeeper coach Juanjo Gonzalez.

The Spanish team's official Twitter account shared a video of the keeper making very good saves to deny Manchester City's Rodri and Ferran Torres and West Ham's Pablo Fornals from scoring.

The video was accompanied by a message saying: "What we are clear about is that the stop of the day is Robert Sanchez ... Well, the stops.

"How this panther flies into the squad. The goalkeeper of the Brighton and Hove Albion."

The praise for the keeper, who has one cap for the national side, could be a hint to him taking up a starting position in the team.

Sanchez and the Spain team take on Italy at the stadium in the first semi-final of the Nations League tonight.