Graham Potter believes Julio Enciso will benefit from his first competitive action in Europe.
However, it is unclear if the young Paraguayan will stay in the squad after August 31 to go on loan.
Enciso was playing for the U21s when they lost 3-2 at Crystal Palace.
Head coach Potter said: “It was important for him to get a feel for football in this country, to get a feel for things.
“We’ll see how he’s doing but he’s in and around the squad.
“There’s a lot of competition and there we are.”
Kacper Kozlowski’s immediate future will also be decided in the coming weeks.
The Polish midfielder played the first hour at Selhurst Park.
Potter said: “He’s a bit similar, but he’s had a minor injury so bringing him up to speed is a high point.
“He’s also had some playing time so let’s look at what’s right for him to continue his development as a player.
“We have a couple of weeks to make that call, but we’ll see.”
Both players will likely be among those who see the Carabao Cup tie at Forest Green as an opportunity for senior action.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/sport/20624467.brightons-julio-enciso-under-21-debut-crystal-palace/?ref=rss Brighton’s Julio Enciso on their U21 debut at Crystal Palace