Evan Ferguson has told fans he is looking forward to seeing them in Dublin.

The Albion striker started for the Republic of Ireland in their Euro 2024 qualifier away to Holland on Saturday evening.

He played the first 55 minutes of a 1-0 defeat and it remains to be seen what part he plays in a friendly at home to New Zealand tomorrow.

Ferguson was seen holding ice to his hamstring after leaving the field in Amsterdam, sparking some concern.

But it appears that is likely to have been precautionary.

Roberto De Zerbi revealed last Sunday, when the striker missed the Sheffield United game, that Ferguson recently had a hamstring issue.

A well-placed Albion source yesterday was not aware of him having suffered or aggravated any injury on Saturday.

Ferguson told fans via social media: “We look forward to seeing you all back at home on Tuesday.”

Andrew Moran, the Albion midfielder on loan to Blackburn, could make his senior debut against New Zealand.

Kaoru Mitoma, Lewis Dunk, Pervis Estupinan and Tariq Lamptey were all ruled out of international camps by injury whie Ansu Fati was not selected by Spain.