Brighton & Hove Albion full-back Bruno says the side cannot afford any errors in the game against Millwall on Tuesday night.
A Seagulls victory at The Den would open up a 13-point gap between Chris Hughton’s men and the Lions, but the defender believes Albion must improve their focus after conceding for the 15th time within ten minutes of scoring this season - the latest being during the 1-1 draw with Wolves at the weekend.
Bruno told seagulls.co.uk, “All season it has been the same [conceding shortly after scoring] and we need to try and correct these kinds of mistakes - we need to fix it.
“We know how frustrating it is but it's not something we can worry about in games, because if you worry, it’s going to happen. It’s about improving our concentration.
"Millwall will be a physical game where patience will be very important and we cannot make any mistakes.
“It's going to be a tough game for us and for them. They are aggressive and we need to match their intensity. If we do that then we have a good chance of getting the three points."
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The 34-year-old was on target against Wolves on Saturday, his fifth goal since arriving in England after a 13-year-spell in Spain’s La Liga, and the former Valencia man feels the Championship has proved a more unsympathetic league compared to the Spanish top flight.
“The Championship for me is maybe the hardest league in the world because you have a lot of games, you don’t have enough rest, it’s really physical and the level is so good.
“It’s not just about it being physical because there is a lot of quality as well and I think it’s a really tough league for this reason.
“It’s a really tight table but I enjoy this league a lot although it’s hard at the same time.”