Jayson Molumby signed his first professional contract for the Seagulls in August 2016, and became an integral member of Simon Rusk's under-23 side for the 2016/17 Premier League 2 Division 2 season.
The central midfielder made his first-team debut against Barnet in the Carabao Cup, before also playing against AFC Bournemouth in the following round at the Vitality Stadium.
Injuries disrupted the remainder of Molumby's season, but Albion’s under-23s were able to seal promotion to the Premier League 2 Division 1 despite the Irishman's absence.
Molumby made his long-awaited return to action against Manchester City at the Academy Stadium, before taking his place on the bench for the first team against Derby County the following day.
The midfielder has also represented Republic of Ireland at various age groups, and captained the under-21s at the 2019 Toulon tournament in France.
Former Albion midfielder Keith Andrews has spoken glowingly of the talents of Irish pair Aaron Connolly and Jayson Molumby.
Jayson Molumby’s patience has been tested in recent seasons, dealing with injury setbacks after having his first taste of senior...