SHANE DUFFY believes Albion are in unstoppable mood – but he has warned that Everton are good at Goodison.

The Irish central defender returns to his former club on Saturday with the Seagulls unbeaten for seven games and boosted by a signature win over Arsenal.

Everton have lost seven of their last ten matches and only rock-bottom West Brom have a worse away record.

Sam Allardyce’s out-of-sorts side are a different proposition at Goodison Park, where they have the seventh-best home record in the Premier League.

They have collected more points than Albion at the Amex and been beaten only by top seven teams Manchester United, Spurs, Arsenal and Burnley.

Duffy, who began his career with the Merseyside outfit, told The Argus: “I don’t think there is ever a good time to play Everton away.

“Their home record is quite good. You look at the players they have and the money they spent this summer, it’s going to be a tough game.

“I know from playing at Goodison it’s a tough place to play at. When the fans get behind them there’s probably not many better.

“But we are flying. Nothing can really stop us at the moment. If we keep playing like we are I don’t think many can stop us.”

Ramiro Funes Mori is in contention for his first appearance for a year to plug a gap in the centre of Everton’s defence after proving his recovery from knee trouble in the under-23s.

The Argentinian international could replace Ashley Williams, who is suspended for three games for a red card at Burnley on Saturday.

Mason Holgate, 21, is another alternative for under-fire Allardyce, with Manchester City’s French stopper Eliaquim Mangala sidelined for the rest of the season following knee surgery.