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Greer: We've done nothing yet at Albion
Gordon Greer has urged Albion to stay grounded as they face four games which will shape their season.
The Seagulls are only outside the top six on goal difference as they go to Huddersfield tomorrow.
Victory would be their third in succession and extend their unbeaten run to five games.
Hopes are sky high among Seagulls fans after a 3-0 win over Charlton took their side temporarily into a play-off place.
But Greer has warned things can turn quickly if they take their eye off the ball.
The Seagulls skipper said: “We’ve done nothing so far. That was a great win for us and a good performance.
“But a couple of weeks ago it was all about disappointing results. There are so many ups and downs in football – and we know that.”
Greer’s defensive sidekick Matt Upson is a major doubt for the Huddersfield game as he struggles with hip, knee and ankle problems.
Upson had not yet been ruled out last night but will be assessed today before the trip north.
Tomasz Kuszczak returns in goal after missing the Charlton game through illness and Stephen Ward is also fit after an ankle injury.
Will Buckley, whose two goals secured victory at Huddersfield last season, has worked under the medical team’s supervision as he recovers from a hamstring injury.
Huddersfield, missing banned defenders Peter Clarke and Joel Lynch as well as injured top scorer James Vaughan, have been told a first win in ten games will all but kill off any relegation fears.
Midfielder Adam Clayton said: “I believe four more points will see us safe.”
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