Leo Ulloa will be hoping for an action replay at Stoke.

The big striker is aiming to score against the Potters for the fourth successive season.

But Albion fans have been told his game is about more than just hitting the net.

Ulloa fired his first away goal for Leicester at Stoke’s then Britannia Stadium home in September, 2014.

The second-half strike, superbly taken with his left foot from Paul Konchesky’s cross, was enough to secure a 1-0 win.

It was a great result for Nigel Pearson’s newly-promoted side against a Potters outfit who were coming off a 1-0 success at champions Manchester City.

Ulloa had already scored at home to Arsenal and Everton following his summer move from Albion.

Pearson said: “He is very popular among the players and he has settled in very well and is delivering at the moment.”

Ulloa was not the only player to score his first away goal for a new club that afternoon.

Danny Holla did the same for the Seagulls with a great strike but Sami Hyypia’s side lost 3-2 at Brentford.

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But it did not end there for Ulloa. He scored at home to Stoke in a 3-0 victory during the title-winning 2015-6 season, pictured above.

Then last term he came off the bench in the away fixture to score and spark a comeback from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 after Jamie Vardy had been sent off.

A similar scenario  would bring the house down in the away section as Albion chase precious points but a colleague has revealed Ulloa’s value does not have to be judged solely on goals.

Seagulls goalkeeper Mathew Ryan said: “Leo has a ton of experience and all the little things around the pitch – being composed, using his body well – give us a boost as well.”