Pascal Gross has been told he has everything – by the man with whom he launched his Premier League career against Manchester City.

The Germany midfielder is aiming for a big finish to his seventh Prem campaign.

Albion take on City at the Amex tomorrow evening (8pm) as they move into their final six games.

Gross was one of five new signings who made Seagulls debuts against City on the first day of the 2017-18 season.

His follow debutant that day, and close friend, Markus Suttner told The Argus: “I knew Pascal from Ingolstadt.

“He’s a great guy and now, after the years, you can see how he has adapted to the league, to the situation, to every angle of the game.

“You can see now he is in the national team in Germany.

“We agreed and also accepted that he has the quality to go there.

“For me in my career, he is the best player I have played with.

“He has everything, he is a great person.

“He has the tactical side, he can shoot, everything.

“For me it is no surprise that he stayed at Brighton and is already a legend there.”

Gross leads the Premier League for chances created (90), is second for assists (ten) and has played more minutes than any other Albion player this season.