DANNY Welbeck has celebrated his one-year anniversary of becoming an Albion player.

The former Arsenal, Manchester United and Watford striker joined the club as a free agent last season following his release from the Hornets at the end of the 2019/20 season.

Since becoming a Seagull, Welbeck has impressed fans with his ability and knack for scoring goals, having netted seven goals and assisting three in 28 appearances for the club.

The 30-year-old striker took to Twitter to celebrate the anniversary of his arrival at the club. He said: "One year as a Seagull."

Along with the message, Welbeck posted four pictures of him celebrating goals that he had scored for the club, including his great individual effort against Leeds United.

The striker took the ball down well and turned his man before firing past Illan Meslier into the Leeds goal.

The striker has had a good impact on the team when he has been on the pitch, however, injuries have hampered his time at the club.

Welbeck is currently missing from the team due to injury, and he was forced to undergo surgery on his hamstring in order to help him fully overcome the issue.

Fans were quick to congratulate the striker on his time at the club.

One fan said: "You've been brilliant for us Dan. Long may it continue, get back soon."

Another fan said: "Miss your presence on the pitch. Rest and recover well, and hope to see you back soon."

Another Albion fan gave Welbeck some very high praise, and he said: "Forget Messi and Ronaldo, you are my goat (Greatest of all time)."

While Welbeck is on the treatment table, Graham Potter will have to rely on top scorer Neal Maupay to carry on delivering the goods and Aaron Connolly to provide adequate backup.