BOSS Chris Hughton says any points for Albion in their next two games will be "a bonus".

The Seagulls entertain Premier League leaders Liverpool at the Amex on Saturday.

A week later they travel to Old Trafford to face a Manchester United side rejuvenated since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaced Jose Mourinho as manager.

Albion approach the twin test after four matches unbeaten and comfortably placed in 13th, ten points clear of the relegation zone.

Hughton told The Argus: "At the moment, playing at home to Man City or Liverpool are the toughest games you can play.

"I know Tottenham are playing very well but, the form Liverpool are in, they don't come any tougher.

"Can we go into the game with some comfort? We can until kick-off time and then it's about how you perform on the day.

"They will be big favourites, as everybody would imagine, and it will be us doing as well as we can on the day.

"I'd certainly rather be going into the game in good form than in bad form.

"I would rather go into both of those games in the position we are in that five or six points less than we've got.

"In both of those games people won't expect us to get anything and anything we do get will be a bonus."