HEAD coach Graham Potter believes there is more to come from Albion's attacking buys.

Florin Andone, Jurgen Locadia and Alireza Jahanbakhsh have yet to really fire since joining the club for a combined outlay of around £35 million and the Seagulls have relied on Glenn Murray for their goals to stay afloat in the Premier League.

Potter told The Argus: "I think as a coach you have to think that (more to come). That's how I have always worked.

"Sometimes the easy solution is you look elsewhere but just by spending money doesn't guarantee you are going to improve or get better, because the club have spent money previously and the guys are here.

"I think the first point of call is to try to help them improve and take a step forward, but you are always looking. If there is somebody that can hep that process then we will try our best.

"There's Glenn, we've got Florin, Jurgen, Alireza, players that the club have recently invested in.

"There's guys there with quality that maybe want to take the next step I think, it would be fair to say probably haven't shown all that they can.

"So you need to assess where they are at, why haven't they quite done what they would like to have done.

"Only when you have got those answers can you say we need to do this or we need to do that."

The strike force on the pre-season training camp in Austria has been supplemented by under-23's Aaron Connolly, Viktor Gyokeres and Jan Mlakar.

But experienced Israeli Tomer Hemed, loaned out to QPR last season, has stayed at home.

Potter said: "Tomer's not with us. He's had an operation (groin) in the summer. He had the first week with us and we probably felt it was beneficial, rather than to come out, to have some more fitness foundation work."