Bruno hailed the togetherness in the Brighton & Hove Albion squad, after a hard-fought 0-0 draw at Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night.
The Spaniard admits that the side cannot be completely satisfied after a third consecutive draw, but praised the resoluteness in the club’s defence.
He said, “What we have always said is that we treat every game as it comes since the season started.
“The most important thing is that the confidence is really high in the squad at this moment in time.
“We have to improve in a number of areas, because three draws in a row is not good but the performances have been excellent.
“As a team, we always try to be organised and disciplined. I don’t know how many words I can use to describe this team, but everyone is doing a great job. That includes the gaffer and his staff, who are working very well together.”
LATEST NEWS FROM SEAGULLS.CO.UK
- REPORT: SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 0 ALBION 0
- SATURDAY'S TRIBUTE TO THE FALLEN
- BONG OUT UNTIL NEW YEAR
- GALLERY: SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY
- HUGHTON REFLECTS ON A FAIR POINT
The full-back was delighted to see compatriot Inigo Calderon make his first appearance in the starting line-up since August and believes Albion’s longest-serving player epitomises the spirit within the squad.
“His performance was really good and I’m happy for him.
“It was a tough game for him and he has been outside of the starting eleven for a long time.
“For him to come back into the team after so long is tough, especially when you are playing a strong team away from home.
“He’s always a very professional player, he trains very hard and aims to be ready whenever the gaffer needs him.”