Marc Cucurella wants to give Albion fans one more fun awayday.

Supporters are set to wear Cucurella-style wigs as they watch their side at Leeds on Sunday in appreciation of the newly-crowned double player of the year.

Cucurella was voted top man both by fans and his fellow players at the club’s awards night on Monday.

Albion have won seven times away from home his term, amassing 28 points.

Cucurella is aware some supporters plan to wear black wigs in his honour at Elland Road.

He said: “I have read about it – very good.

“It’s a good sign if they like my play and they support me.

“We will try to do a good match so it is a fun weekend.”

Leeds could start the match in the Premier League relegation zone, partly dependent on their result at home to Chelsea tonight.

There is likely to be a hostile atmosphere at Elland Road with safety still on the line.

Cucurella said: “It will be a hard match but we are not going to think about their situation.

“We will go there to play our game.

“We want to win and at the end that’s our job, to go out trying to win the game.”

There are suggestions striker Patrick Bamford could be fit for Leeds by the time the Seagulls visit on Sunday.

But he misses out tonight with a foot injury and suspended defender Luke Ayling will not play any part in the last three fixtures.

Leeds boss Jesse Marsch recognises Ayling will be missed after his red card at Arsenal.

Marsh said: “He’s not available and massively important for the group, but it’s about sticking together, not finger-pointing.”