Potter: ‘I am not going to bleat about what we could have done'

Sat 05 December 2020 | 12:29

Graham Potter insists he is not looking back, thinking about what they could have done.



Graham Potter

has said that he is not looking back and is only focused on their progress.

Brighton are going to face


on Monday. They are currently 16th in the

Premier League

table and are four points clear of the bottom three.

Their 2-1 win against Aston Villa was their first win in their last eight games in all competitions.

Potter insists that he is not looking back, thinking about what they could have done.

He said: “Whether it’s fair or not, it doesn’t matter. We have got the points that we have got.

“I am not going to sit here and bleat about what we could have done or not done, in football, it’s about the results and you have to deal with it.

“It’s up to everyone whether the performances are on the right track – some people can’t do that and they just focus on the result. From our perspective, we have done quite a lot of things well, but we always want to improve as well.

“We know points-wise, we are frustrated and we want to try and improve that. At the same time, we face an opponent every week that has got good players and wants to win and that’s why we’re in this league, to fight and take that challenge on.”

He added: “There are a lot of games in a short space of time. Importantly, you can’t get too down or high because there’s another game around the corner.

“If you do well you get points and it’s positive for you, but at the same time, there’s a long way to go.

“You can’t predict the future, you can’t second guess what may or may not happen, you’ve just got to focus on the game that you’re going to play and put all your attention into that.”

source: SportMob

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