Glenn Murray has hailed Albion's "special win" over Arsenal.

Murray headed his 13th goal of the season as the Seagulls triumphed 2-1 at the Amex to move up to tenth in the Premier League.

Chris Hughton's team had not previously taken any points against the top teams.

Murray said: "It is a special win, against one of the so-called big six teams, we've beaten them and it's massive for us.

"It was cagey after they got one goal back, they had the better of the second-half but we hung on in there."

Murray has now scored in his last five Premier League games after another assist from Pascal Gross with the cross.

"It's down to my supply line, the people who feed me and Gross put in another fantastic cross," Murray said. "It does not matter what league you are in, the goalposts don't move."

Albion are now seven points clear of the relegation zone with nine games left. Murray said: "We are edging there, I am sure if we lost every game we had left, we would go down. We have to keep at it and hopefully see us over the line."