Brighton & Hove Albion boss Chris Hughton says he wants his side to overcome the disappointment they felt heading into the international break, by winning at Leeds United today.
Albion's three previous matches all ended in stalemate, and Hughton says he and his players felt that they deserved maximum points from at least two of the matches against Wolves, Bolton and Cardiff.
He said, "One of the overriding feelings going into this break was disappointment. In the last three games we went away thinking we should have got more points.
"We have a good feeling in the camp because we are in a good position, we can’t complain about where we are, but we did feel that we had to be a bit more clinical in that period.
"It's very hard to sustain a high level for a long period of time, but as long as we are staying in games, we're giving ourselves a chance.
"It is a very tight division, the matches are very difficult, but if we are close in games then we give ourselves the chance of winning as many matches as we can; then it comes down to the quality we have on any occasion.
"In all ten matches we've had periods when we’re not playing our best, but we've always been in with a chance of winning matches. If we can continue that then I will be delighted."
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Meanwhile Hughton has warned his side not to underestimate Uwe Rosler's Leeds, and says his young side is full of energy and that they have quality throughout.
He added, "They have got good individuals, a lot of energy and when they put it together they are a very good side - as are most teams in the Championship.
"All you can do is prepare yourself for the type of game you think it will be, you always expect it to be a tough place to go, they have a very fanatical support that can get behind the team, and they always have quality in the team."