Boss Chris Hughton is glad Albion's season will end at the Amex in top Kompany.

The Seagulls have a part to play in the gripping Premier League title race against reigning champions Manchester City at the Amex on Sunday (3pm).

Pep Guardiola's team can retain their crown with a win over Hughton's side after skipper Vincent Kompany's second half wonder strike gave them a nervy 1-0 victory over Leicester at the Etihad tonight.

Liverpool, a point behind and facing Wolves at Anfield, will be hoping for a favour from Albion.

The Seagulls' safety was sealed by Crystal Palace's win at Cardiff on Saturday and they celebrated by holding Arsenal to a 1-1 draw at The Emirates on Sunday.

Hughton told The Argus: "It's a nice feeling for us, already secured our status, picked up a really good result and something to play for on the last day.

"We've all been involved in last games of the season where there is nothing really at stake.

"You want to play well in front of your home support and it's a really big game to look forward to, irrespective that it has a bearing.

"Certainly I would rather be going into this game not having to get something to stay in this division."

It could be iconic captain Bruno's last game for Albion. Possibilities for the 38-year-old Spanish right-back include continuing to play or moving into a different type of role at the club.