Brighton and Hove Albion youngster Moises Caicedo has revealed his delight after making his debut in the win over Arsenal.

The highly-rated Colombian youngster joined Brighton from Independiente in February last year but spent the first half of this season on loan with Beerschot in Belgium.

He returned midway through the January transfer window but has had to wait for his chance under Graham Potter so far.

While he’s regularly been on the bench in the Premier League since his return, he hadn’t picked up any minutes, bar a 29-minute appearance against Tottenham in the FA Cup.

That changed at the weekend when he was handed his Premier League debut for the clash against Arsenal at the Emirates.

He took that opportunity with both hands, putting in a star performance and picking up an assist for Enock Mwepu’s goal in the 2-1 win, something he is hoping he can build on during Brighton’s run-in.

“(I’m) very happy to make my official debut in the Premier League and to help the team with an assist. I hope I can continue helping them,” ESPN report him saying.

“I didn’t talk to the coach about being a starter; I just arrived, I kept training hard, so I could earn a spot in the starting role and do well as I did yesterday.

“He (Graham Potter) congratulated everyone for the great work we did on the field and that we have to keep fighting for everything because the games to come are very tough, and we have to continue with the same attitude and mentality, to beat great teams.”