Bruno has urged his Brighton & Hove Albion teammates to bounce back from the disappointment of losing to Ipswich Town last night and to remain calm during this minor blip in form.
Albion are without a win in five games following the 1-0 defeat to Mick McCarthy’s side, but the Spaniard feels the fine margins will soon go their way.
He said, “During the season you have good and bad runs. All of the teams have it. Some teams have it earlier in the season and we’re having it now.
“The main thing now is about how we come back from this situation. We know we can say a lot of things about us having too many injuries, which does affect the team.
“But we need to change something because our performances in recent games have not been the best.
“It’s all about the small details. We had a couple of chances and hit the crossbar, but we couldn’t score.
“Of course the next game is a big challenge for us because Wolves are a really good side, but we need to win as soon as possible - hopefully on Friday.”
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The defender looked back on Albion’s last game against Wolves, which saw the two teams share the spoils in a 0-0 draw. A game he feels the Seagulls should have won.
“In that game we missed a penalty and had a number of chances. I thought we were better than them then and I hope we show that again on Friday.
“That’s the next game and we have to be ready.”
The 35-year-old reviewed his personal displays this season and believes the move to the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre has improved his game.
“I’m enjoying it a lot and I just try to give 100% for the team and offer my experience too.
“I look after myself and enjoy playing with the quality around me. I keep doing the same things and try to be ready for every single game.
“When I first came here, we didn’t have the facilities we have now. It’s a massive change for me because I can do a lot of things now which I couldn’t do when I arrived.
“I’m here in England to play football and it’s my life. I try to always be fit and now it’s easier for me to be ready for the manager because I can do the work I need to do at the training ground.”