ANTHONY Knockaert was in part of the celebrations with Albion fans after the team's draw against Chelsea.

The midfielder was seen in the stands during the game in which Danny Welbeck rescued a point late on with a brilliant header to cancel out Romelu Luakaku's first-half goal.

After the game fans were jubilant with the result and celebrated with the club's former midfielder.

A video was taken on Knockaert being serenaded by Albion fans outside of Chelsea's stadium Stamford Bridge.

Fans can be heard singing "We've got Knockaert, Anthony Knockaert I just don't think you understand.

"He only cost a mil. He's better than Ozil.

"We've got Anthony Knockaert."

Watch the video taken by Mike King here

Albion fan Mike King told The Argus: "It’s great seeing former players like Knocky in the stands at Brighton games.

"I know he tries to get to any games he can when the Albion play in London and it’s always special to see him there.

"The fans chanting his name makes for a special sight, and his reciprocation shows an affection that will always be there between him and the fans."

The French winger joined Albion in 2016 from Belgian side Standard Liège on a three-year deal and became a fan favourite.

The 30-year-old made 127 league appearances for the club and scored 25 goals, including a memorable strike against Crystal Palace in the Premier League.