Albion fans were elated with a five star performance on the road in Sheffield as they continue to push for more European football next season.

The away end was filled with smiles after the long trip to South Yorkshire as supporters celebrated a comfortable win against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

A late double from Albion's Afcon winner Simon Adingra helped to secure a memorable win on the road with fans waving flags and scarves in support of the team.

The Argus: Fans holding Simon Adingra and Ansu Fati flagsFans holding Simon Adingra and Ansu Fati flags (Image: Richard Parkes)

Adingra proved to be a popular player in the stands with Seagulls supporters welcoming the Ivory Coast international home with flags dubbing him an "Afcon hero".

Fans also carried German flags emblazoned with the club's crest and Spanish flags in support of winger Ansu Fati who continues his return from injury.

One Albion fan was even spotted wearing a Seagull mask and carrying a Japanese flag in support of Kaoru Mitoma.

The Argus: An Albion fan wearing a Seagull mask holding a flag with Japanese writingAn Albion fan wearing a Seagull mask holding a flag with Japanese writing (Image: Richard Parkes)

Brighton fans will look forward to being back at the Amex this weekend and will hope for a good result against a struggling Everton side.

Supporters are also looking forward to Albion continuing their first foray into Europe this season when they find out their next opponents in the Europa League draw this week.