Graham Potter says he is happy with his choices to play at left-back in a four-man defence.

The Albion boss has lost the services of versatile Marc Cucurella to Chelsea.

Cucurella could play three roles and Albion look well covered in two of them, at wing-back and on the left of a back three.

But they are not so well off for genuine left-backs to operate in a four.

Potter is confident Levi Colwill, signed on loan from Chelsea, can play at left-back, although his best role is generally considered to be more central.

The Albion boss said: “We have got a couple of options there.

“Solly (March) can play there. He has played there before for us.

“Levi can play there and Joel Veltman has played there.

“We have to assess and see but, so far, comfortable.

“But, while the window is open, you always have to keep looking.”

Albion accept they will now be linked with interest in several left-backs.

Among the first was Adria Pedrosa at Espanyol but The Argus has been told there is no truth in such reports.