Crofts confident for Brighton

Andrew Crofts is convinced Brighton will soon be back on the winning trail if the team continues to perform as they did against Watford.

Last Updated: 30/10/13 at 15:56 Post Comment

Andrew Crofts: Believes Brighton were unlucky against Watford

Andrew Crofts: Believes Brighton were unlucky against Watford

Midfielder Crofts scored Brighton's equaliser in their controversial 1-1 draw on Monday night.

The injury-hit Seagulls have won just once in nine matches but Crofts is refusing to panic.

"We were really unlucky not to get the win, but if we keep playing like that then we'll win more games then we'll lose," he said.

"We're unbeaten in two games now and are unlucky not to have six points, but those are slim margins and everyone can see we've got a really good side.

"I don't believe it will be long until we're winning games all the time.

"If we can keep that level of performance against every team we play and get the injured boys back, then we'll certainly climb the table."

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