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Bridge loves it at Albion
Wayne Bridge has fallen back in love with football at Albion.
The former England left-back has played every minute of the Seagulls’ 11 games since signing on loan from Manchester City for the season.
Bridge, 32, only made 11 starts in the last two-and-a-half years with City.
He said: “It’s a difficult time, especially when you are not training with the first team and you don’t play week in, week out.
“Not being part of the team you kind of lose a love for the game and going in every day.
“Now there has just been a big turnaround and I am enjoying every day. To know you are going to run out on the pitch on a Saturday is a big plus.”
Bridge has also reiterated a desire to stay with the Seagulls after helping them off to a good start in the Championship and ending a five-and-a-half-year goal drought with two in as many home games against Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday recently.
He said: “Coming here you want to make a good impression.
“There was a lot of doubt about me and whether I still want to play.
“I just want to do well for Brighton and hopefully progress into the Premier League with them.”