ALBION boss Graham Potter has given an update on the future of striker Neal Maupay.

The club's joint record Premier League goalscorer has been heavily linked with a move away from the club this summer, with Nottingham Forest, Leeds, Fulham and Everton all rumoured to be interested in his signature.

However, talk of a move being imminent seems to be premature as Potter has confirmed that the Frenchman has been in training all week and is expected to be in the squad for Albion's match against West Ham on Sunday.

Potter told the media: "I don't think Neal (Maupay) is desperate to leave, we are not kicking him out of the door.

"From a personal perspective he has helped me become a better coach and what he has done for us in the last three years is clear."

The former Brentford striker is yet to make an appearance for Albion this season as Potter has opted to start Danny Welbeck as the starting striker and Deniz Undav to be the man that is subbed on in his place.

Maupay has scored 26 goals in the Premier League for Albion, equal to now retired forward Glenn Murray.