Here we take a look at a young and fresh starting XI that showcases the best of their signings and also the players that have been carefully developed from their own successful academy.
We have also allowed for one dream summer signing that we feel would fit perfectly with Graham Potter's style and add genuine pace to the Albion attack.
There's also room for Brighton s influential skipper Lewis Dunk - who at 29 is our only selection above the age of 23 - to help guide the younger talents.
Scroll down and click through to see our young and gifted starting XI for next season - with one dream signing.
5. Tariq Lamptey
Age 20. The flying right wing back made such an impressive start to his Albion career but was stopped in his tracks by a hamstring injury. The former Chelsea man is one England's brightest young talents and he will aim to return even fitter and stronger for next season.
6. Jakub Moder
Age 21. The 6ft 3in Polish international joined at the same time as Karbownik. Moder impressed on his first PL start against Newcastle and the athletic box to box midfielder is tipped to have a bright future in the game. Already has six international caps to his name
7. Moises Caicedo
Age 19. Signed from Independiente del Valle for 4.5 million in the last window. AC Milan, West Ham and Man United were all said to be keen but Brighton's persistence eventually paid off. The Ecuador international is one of South America's brightest talents and will look to break into the Brighton midfield next season.
8. Steven Alzate
Age 22. The Colombia international has featured as much as he would have liked this season. The academy graduate did however score the winner at Liverpool and will look to play a key role in the remainder of the campaign. Remains very much part of Graham Potter's future midfield plans.