Albion hope they have nailed down a key part of the game as they complete the WSL season.

The Seagulls have re-thought their set-up at set-pieces under interim boss Mikey Harris.

Goalkeeper coach Nikita Runnacles has a lead role in the technical area at such situations.

Interim head coach Mikey Harris said: “Keets leads on set-pieces. As staff we all contribute to that.

“It is an area that we have really pinned down and targeted as something we need to be better at.

“I think, certainly since we implemented a new strategy a few games ago now, we have looked a lot more solid defending set plays .

“I am pleased we are in a good place with it now.

“That is something that is really important because it can be the difference in tight games.”

Albion complete the season at Arsenal today (3pm).

Attention will then switch to the appointment of a more permanent head coach.

The Gunners will finish third while Albion will end up eighth, ninth or tenth in the 12-team league.

Harris added: “We wll have to look at all the things we can review throughout the season and our processes and make sure when we come back for pre-season we are in a really strong position.

“I am in constant dialogue with the senior leadership at the football club.

“I have been really honest with my thoughts and my feelings about what they want to know from me and they have been the same with me.”