Graham Potter’s verdict on Brighton’s new boy Julio Enciso

Graham Potter believes his new teenager is up to the physical demands of the Premier League.

But he says a final decision on whether Julio Enciso will go on loan hasn’t been made yet.

The Paraguay international made a good impression in his 45th minute as Albion shared a goalless friendly with Royale Union St-Gilloise.

When asked if Enciso, 18, could handle the rigors of the Prem, head coach Potter said, “Physically, yes. He’s a little powerhouse, to be fair.

“He can walk, he has the capacity, he’s tenacious, but he’s still young.

“So it’s about seeing him adapt to a new continent, a new club, a new league.

“We’ve seen it before with Alexis (Mac Allister) and Moises (Caicedo).

“It’s not easy but we like what we see and he made a really good first impression.”

When asked if Enciso is staying for the season or going on loan, Potter said, “I don’t think we’ve decided anything.

“The first impression was really positive.

“We will make the right decision based on him and the needs of the group and squad. He’s an option for us, that’s for sure.”

Potter was also pleased with Jan Paul van Hecke playing against USG in the middle of a back three.

He said: “He’s a great character, a good person, really impressed on and off the pitch.

“He fits in with what we’re doing and it’s just that he’s with us for a couple of weeks and we’ll see how it goes.”

Albion internationals join the squad when they travel to Portugal this week. Graham Potter’s verdict on Brighton’s new boy Julio Enciso

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