Glenn Murray rued two set-piece lapses which marred what he felt was a good Albion performance.

But he was keen to see the positive side of a 2-2 draw at home to Bournemouth.

Murray converted great work by Jose Izquierdo to give the Seagulls the second of their leads.

But Callum Wilson’s scrambled leveller meant it ended up as a point apiece.

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Murray told The Argus: “Looking back on it, it’s probably a bit disappointing to go in front twice at home and then concede twice from set plays. It is something we need to work on.

“But I think once we have settled down we have got to focus on the positives.

“It’s another team in the bottom half that haven’t managed to catch us on the afternoon or gain points on us.

“I thought we played well.

“I thought we attacked well and I thought we defended well as well to be honest.

“It was just a couple of set-pieces that let us down.

“It was so close to being a very good performance but we will take the draw and move on.