Brighton boss has insists that his side have displayed better performances than last season but need to be more efficient.
managed to collect 41Premier League
points last season but based on their current form they won’t be able to reach 30 points in their 2020-21 campaign. The Seagulls have 14 points from their 18 league games this season and are close to the relegation zone as they are preparing themselves for a clash againstLeeds
on Saturday. However,
believes that his side’s performances have been improved but they haven’t been able to turn these efforts into points.
“We have had 18 games and – apart from one and a half games – our performance level has been, I would say, better than at any point last year,
“The problem we have had is that we haven’t had the points and the results that follow that.
“You can talk about performance, performance, performance but at the end we know we have to get results. We know we have to get points.
“We have to believe we are on the right path. We are fighting for each other, which is clear, and we keep moving forward.”
Asked about his players’ performances and their will to change the current situation, Potter responded:
“The spirit has always been there. In terms of turning the corner, it’s about results,” he said.
“But the players give everything. They’re a good group that want to win and play well, and fight for each other.
“That’s all I can ask for as a coach – a team that gives everything and leaves everything on the pitch.
“That’s what we did on Wednesday and what we need to do again on Saturday.”