Leo Ulloa is looking forward to February 1 – especially if Albion can add to their squad by then.
The striker is no fan of the transfer window, in which the Seagulls currently show a deficit in terms of playing strength.
Ulloa told The Argus: “The January market worries me in the sense that it brings instability and that is not good.
“Players think about leaving, players think about being sold.
“What we need is that the window closes and the team is calm and thinking about what we need to think about, not about whether someone is coming or someone is leaving.
“Hopefully people arrive who can help us achieve our targets.
“But, if not, let’s hope we don’t lose anybody else.”
Ulloa accepts he could be linked with a move away but added: “All I can say is as before, that I am thinking about this team.
“I’m thinking about being at my best physically and getting back to scoring goals.
“Other than that, we will see. But moving is not something I am thinking about – quite the opposite.”
Read Leo Ulloa on his return to full match fitness - and his miserable departure against Birmingham City - in The Argus today
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