Despite the north London club's dismal season, Brighton boss Potter has praised Arteta for the job he is doing.
“Hopefully they can judge me over a 45-year life rather than a one-second action.”
This was a fantastic, timely reminder of what Potter's Brighton can achieve when the chances go in.
Just under 8,000 Briggton supporters are set to be in attendance for the clash against Manchester City.
Potter admits he has some concerns over the negative impact suspensions are having on his squad.
Graham Potter hopes Brighton can follow in the footsteps of West Ham and move up the Prem table in the future.
“I’m disappointed we couldn’t get the three points. Until you are safe you have to keep fighting."
"Now they’re talking about Potter falling into Tottenham, that’s an amazing fall upwards."
Danny Welbeck has scored three goals in his last six games for Graham Potter's men.
“We haven’t finished anything here, there’s a lot to do and I am really happy here."
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Potter has sung the praises of English striker Welbeck, who pulled off a brilliant Cruyff turn before his goal.
Four of the Seagulls’ last five games are against sides in the top half of the division.
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Potter appeared at his press conference with bruising below his left eye and a gash on his cheek.
Graham Potter is hoping to cause an upset when Brighton travel to Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.
The Brighton midfielder was named man of the match.
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"It was a deserved victory. Full credit to the players, they had to adapt and I thought they did it really well."
This was only the second time Brighton have won this season with a lower xG than the team they've beaten.
"Lamptey's hamstring hasn’t responded as well as we’d like. We’re looking at surgery which means he will miss the rest of the season."
"I saw a very active Fulham side and Tottenham had to do everything to defend against them."
Potter says he 'doesn't understand' the refereeing decisions made in Brighton's loss to West Brom.
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