AN ALBION star says the players could hear the Tottenham Hotspur fans getting frustrated in their 1-0 victory.

Brighton and Hove Albion beat Spurs on Saturday thanks for a late goal from Leandro Trossard.

With more shots, shots on target and possession during the match, Albion captain Lewis Dunk suggested his side’s game plan worked “perfectly”.

“The game plan, we executed it perfectly. You could hear the fans getting frustrated and the team getting frustrated. That’s what we came here to do,” he said.

“Our game plan worked and this little man [Leandro Trossard] finished it off at the end. It was amazing.”

Antonio Conte’s side remain fourth in the Premier League table after the defeat to the Seagulls, while Graham Potter’s side moved up to tenth.

Brighton next face league leaders Manchester City on Wednesday, April 20, before matches against Southampton, Wolves and Manchester United.

Albion have no new injury concerns ahead of their match against Man City.

Potter said: “Everybody was okay, been recovering this morning, the only ones out are with suspension.

“Alzate has a chance to be involved with the squad as he did some light training this morning.”

Yves Bissouma will miss the game through suspension after he picked up his tenth yellow card of the campaign.

Potter added: “We have played without him before, and we’ve done okay.

“We’ve got players who are itching to play, it’s going to be exciting finding the right one to come into the team.”