Neal Maupay has grown as a person after leaving Brighton out, says boss Graham Potter

Graham Potter believes striker Neal Maupay has grown as a person after he . left out of the Brighton team in last weeks but is ready step back in the pleat.

Maupay has fallen for the last three Premier League matches – against Liverpool, Newcastle and Aston Villa – with Leandro Trossard preferred by Potter in An false nine role.

But Potter hinted that the Frenchman would be used in any capacity in the Saturday night football match with To lead, live on Sky Sports Premier League.

“He has responded very well,” Potter said Sky Sports News. “I’d say he actually took a few” big steps as a person.

“He is disappointed, of of course not play, which is normal, (and) that is what you want, but he has die disappointment processed in a real adult supporter way to his team- buddies.

“He’s always ready to help and that’s what you want.

“I think that’s part of to be development. It’s a part of something he has been working on on And his full honor him that he die Has taken steps.”

Maupay made a strong start to the campaign with four goals in Opening of Brighton six games – his counter at 22 . bring in 86 performances for the club ever since joining from Brentford.

However, he couldn’t find the net against Arsenal, Norwich of Manchester City before they were removed from the starting line-up against Liverpool.

But Potter said the 25-year-old took his manager’s decision good.

“He’s been training really well this week,” Potter said.

“Like I said, there is no negativity in the neighbourhood. [We’ve had] honest conversations.

“L know one the thing is for sure; if he is called upon, he will do well for the team.”

watching Brighton vs Leeds on Sky Sports Premier League on Saturday; stairoff at 5 p.m.

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