Tomer Hemed savoured an Albion win - and said he will start to worry when the chances dry up.

The Israeli striker was unable to get on the scoresheet on his return to the starting line-up.

But he played a part in the only goal, fired home by Pascal Gross, as the Seagulls beat Watford 1-0.

Hemed said: “The first thing is we know we deserve the win.

“Sometimes you do everything well and don’t get the result you wanted.

“With the goals, I’m more worried when I don’t get chances.

“I’m happy I got chances and I created chances for others and I was involved.

“They didn’t go in but I’m sure next time it will be between the goalposts.”

Hemed shot over and wide in the second half and was credited with four goal attempts, all off target.

According to Opta stats provided for, Albion had 14 goal attempts (well above their average), of which three were on target – the Gross goal, a Connor Goldson header and Anthony Knockaert’s first-half shot.