ALBION have been put on Mo alert as they try to combat the hottest striker in the Premier League.

Mo Salah is likely to return to Liverpool’s starting line-up at the Amex tomorrow after two late goals from the bench in Wednesday’s 3-0 win at Stoke.

That lifted the Egyptian’s tally to 12 in 14 Premier games, two more than Harry Kane and three ahead of Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling.

The 25-year-old Egypt international, formerly with Chelsea and brought back to England from Roma in the summer, also has two assists.

Albion manager Chris Hughton admitted: “He’ll be difficult to face that’s for sure. He’s been in good form for the last few seasons but most people in England may not have been so aware of that.

“At the moment he’s outstanding – he started on the bench on Wednesday and still managed to come on and score two goals.

“That shows the real quality he has. He scores different types of goals as well. We’re very conscious of both his form and his abilities.”