The Albion skipper joined Glenn Murray in a trip to the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital.
Brighton & Hove Albion captain Bruno reflected on a rewarding experience after visiting the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton yesterday.
The club skipper, along with Glenn Murray, gave out Christmas gifts to a number of children, and was something that put matters into perspective for the experienced defender.
He said, “It’s amazing to see the kids smile; it’s a great feeling because just being here for them makes their day and it’s so important for us to come.
“When you have kids, you know how lucky we are because we have healthy kids at home.
“It’s made our day; we know it’s tough for them to spend time here so close to Christmas and we wish them the very best.
“To come here and give them a nice couple of hours is great, and we hope they get back home as soon as possible.”
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Bruno looked ahead to Friday night’s match against Leeds United, and the Spaniard says he has been impressed by their progress this season under Garry Monk.
“They are playing really well, are in the play-off places, and beat Aston Villa in their last game.
“It was a really tough game for them against Villa and they are on a really good run of form. We just need to keep doing the basics right and take it game by game.
“We know that December is a really important month in the Championship because if you go through this month and are in the right position, it’s much easier.
“Last year we had a bad few games in December because we had a few injuries but hopefully this month it will be different.”