ALBION boss Chris Hughton is looking to home comforts to complete the Premier League survival mission.

He admits only three victories at the Amex has been the disappointing aspect of the season so far.

The Seagulls have won once at headquarters since September ahead of tomorrow’s clash against injury-hit West Ham.

Hughton told The Argus: “I think we had this the season before last.

“Even though we had a very good record at home, at the end of that season when we summed up why we didn’t make that (Championship) top two it was about turning those draws into wins.

“So yes that is perhaps the disappointment. Away from home is always going to be difficult and I think overall, although it would have been nice to have got more points, I haven’t been too unhappy with how we have fared away from home.

“At home would probably be the disappointment that we haven’t picked up more home wins.”

Albion also have matches at the Amex against Swansea, Arsenal, Leicester, Huddersfield, Spurs and Manchester United crucial to their hopes of staying above the bottom three.

Hughton said: “They are but not only us. You could be speaking to every manager in the bottom half of the table about the same thing.

“We have just seen Swansea pick up two outstanding results at home (Liverpool and Arsenal) that most people probably wouldn’t have expected.

“Would they have been able to do that away from home? It would have been a lot harder. That (home form) will play the biggest part of this end of season.”

Bruno, ruled out of the FA Cup win at Middlesbrough and Wednesday’s draw at Southampton by a minor back complaint, is fit to face the Hammers.

Record signing Jurgen Locadia (hamstring) trained with the rest of the squad for the first time yesterday and is on course to make his debut at Stoke a week tomorrow.