ALBION stars have been pictured enjoying last nights NFL game in London.

Following Saturday's goalless draw against Norwich City at Carrow Road, Albion's Lewis Dunk, Pascal Gross, Jason Steele, Shane Duffy, and Adam Lallana took a team trip to London to watch the NFL.

The quartet were in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to watch the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Miami Dolphins, which ended in a dramatic fashion.

The Jacksonville Jaguars ended their losing run, the second-longest in NFL history when Matthew Wright's last-field goal sealed a stunning 23-20 victory against the Miami Dolphins.

Duffy posted a picture of the group during the match. He and Dunk are sporting Miami Dolphin shirts, whereas Lallana, Steele and Gross were supporting the victorious Jacksonville Jaguars.

The central defender attached a message to the post saying: "What a day with the boys at the NFL.

Former Albion defender Uwe Hunenemeier commented on the post. He said: "Enjoy fellas."

The players were celebrating another weekend without losing a match and climbing into the top four of the Premier League, where they will remain until at least next weeks fixtures.

Duffy would have been particularly happy after his goalline clearance to deny Josh Sargent's goalbound effort after the striker had rounded Robert Sanchez and therefore stopping Norwich from taking all three points.

Albion will return to action on Saturday when Pep Guardiola's Manchester City travel to the Amex. The Citizens beat Burnley 2-0 on Saturday and are in Champions League mode now ahead of the match against Club Brugge tomorrow.