Trossard and Moder have made quite an impact of late for club and country and both will likely play a key role for Albion this Sunday at Manchester United and in future seasons.
Brighton have made a number of shrewd acquisitions since Graham Potter took charge in May 2019. Matt Clarke - who has spent two seasons on loan at Derby - was Potter's very first signing, while Ecuador international Moises Caicedo was the latest to arrive last February.
Inbetween, some big money has been spent but also some free transfers and shrewd investments.
Scroll down and click through to see Potter's nine best captures.
1. Tariq Lamptey
Signed for just 3m from Chelsea and is one of England's brightest young talents. Was absolutely flying for Albion in the PL before a hamstring injury stopped him in his tracks. Has already been linked with Man U and Bayern Munich and will hope to return even fitter and stronger for next season. A very exciting signing from Albion with huge potential.
2. Leo Trossard
Signed from Genk for a reported £15m in June 2019. A highly skilful and clever player who is now starting to deliver on a more consistent basis. Unlucky not to have more goals this season but remains a goal threat in most matches. Scored a belter for Belgium in midweek against Belarus and he will likely be on the radar of few bigger clubs.
3. Matt Clarke
Joined from Portsmouth for around 3m and was Graham Potter's first signing since taking charge. Has spent the last two seasons on loan in the Championship with Derby where he has impressed. Could be a player capable of breaking into the first team next season. Still only 24 and a player whose value has likely increased
4. Neal Maupay
Signed for 16m from Brentford and the ultra-competitive Frenchman scored 10 goals in his first PL season. Already has eight this campaign and has more goals than Man U's Cavani and Martial. Works tirelessly for the team and overall a very good piece of business by the Albion