Ulloa focused on play-offs

In-form Brighton striker Leonardo Ulloa has warned there will be no let-up if they want to reach the play-offs.

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Leonardo Ulloa: Brighton striker delighted with QPR win

Leonardo Ulloa: Brighton striker delighted with QPR win

Ulloa scored his sixth goal in eight games to help Brighton to a 2-0 win over promotion rivals QPR on Tuesday night.

The Seagulls now head to Bolton on Saturday lying just two places and two points outside the play-off spots and with a game in hand on Reading in sixth.

"The QPR result was really important for us after we drew with Reading in our last game," said Ulloa.

"We want to make the play-offs, but what is important is that we play like we have played in recent games in our next game because Bolton are doing very well and we know it will be difficult to go there as well."

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