LEANDRO Trossard only has eyes for Albion – and helping to boost their goals tally.

The Belgian winger was linked with the likes of Arsenal and Atletico Madrid before joining the Seagulls from Genk last month.

He admits he is ambitious but not in any hurry after signing a four-year deal.

Trossard, 24, told The Argus: "I'm ambitious and, of course, I want to show my best qualities here in the Premier League.

"I want to help this club become established in this division first and foremost and that's my initial ambition, what happens with me afterwards if I do well then we will see.

"At the moment my focus is to help Brighton achieve things in the Premier League."

Trossard scored 14 goals and provided seven assists in 34 league outings as he led Genk to the Belgian title last season.

He also netted three times when they reached the quarter-finals of the Europa League three seasons ago and another eight last season as they progressed to the last 32.

Albion have leaned heavily on Glenn Murray for goals in both seasons in the Premier League.

Trossard said: "I feel I can help the team with goals. Of course when it’s your first season somewhere everything is a little bit new, but I got a lot last term and I'll be hoping to score some again.

"I also enjoy helping the team to score with assists, and they can help me too, so I think it will go well.

"I was one of the players at Genk on set-piece duty, they're also something I enjoy but we will see how that goes here and what the coach decides for my role.

"If he wants me to then I will, but the most important thing for me is working for the side."