DAN Burn has targeted more Premier League action with Albion.

The towering central defender is eager to impress new head coach Graham Potter as preparations for the season move up a gear with the trip to Austria.

Burn has yet to make a Premier League appearance for the Seagulls since signing last summer.

He was loaned straight back to Wigan to recover from injury and play in the Championship, and was limited to three FA Cup outings under ex-boss Chris Hughton after returning in January.

Burn said: "I thought I was a little unlucky to not get more game time last season. Not that I would want any of the lads to get injured, but if there was an injury or suspension, I might of had more of a chance.

"I just want to make my mark and show that I can play at this level. The manager has played a back four and back three at times, so that could help me.

"It's a clean slate for everyone this year — I met the manager on Wednesday and we had a general chat. It’s now about working hard and doing everything I can to be in and around it."

Burn faces extra competition under Potter following the signing of Matt Clarke from Portsmouth. He has already noticed a difference in training under the former Swansea chief ahead of the Austrian training camp, starting tomorrow.

Burn said: "I think it will be very different to what we've seen in the past. We've spent the last two days going through the ways the manager wants us to play, with his beliefs and philosophy.

"The lads have taken to it really well. Considering we've been away for six weeks, the standard in the first two days of training has been pretty high.

"It's a different type of pre-season to what we're used to, it's a lot more football-based than running-based. We're still getting the running out of football, but it's not those usual long runs.

"Austria will be a big test, that's when the really hard work will come in. It's about getting used to the way he wants to play as quickly as possible and putting it into practice."