Graham Potter keeps the pressure off Moises Caicedo

Moises Caicedo has been told to keep enjoying his football after a dream start to the campaign.

The Albion midfielder gets plenty of praise as he embarks on the biggest season of his career to date.

He looks set to be the centerpiece of midfield for club and country in a winter that also includes the World Cup in Qatar, where he is expected to represent Ecuador.

Caicedo impressed in the opening win at Manchester United but Graham Potter is keen not to put too much pressure on him.

The Albion boss said: “I thought his performance in the first half was so impressive.

“He’s not that old and he’s still adapting and learning, but he has great qualities.

“He’s fantastic, he really is.

“I think young players just have to play more games and not put too much pressure on them, but we like working with him.

“He’s a great guy and I think you could see his quality.”

Caicedo told his Instagram followers that he was “living a dream” in a post after the game.

But he also made it clear that Albion will go into all Prem stages with confidence this season.

He told ESPN in South America: “The idea was to win, like we did.

“We didn’t come here to lose or to draw because we’re a very competitive team and we want to win on every floor we play on.”

Caicedo is expected to make just the tenth Prem appearance of his young career when Newcastle visit the Amex on Saturday.

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