SOLLY MARCH believes Albion will rack up the points after the international break.

Albion sit 16th in the Premier League having averaged a point a game from their opening four matches.

The Seagulls won at Watford, drew with West Ham and lost against Southampton and Manchester City.

Despite the mixed start, March expects Albion will be much better off after the next run of four matches which begins with the visit of Burnley on Saturday.

He said: “We could have won our first three games.

“We went down to ten (against Southampton) and that hurt us but West Ham we should have won.

“Four points looks a bit harsh but I suppose that’s four from four.

“We want to be doing better than that but I guess it’s staying up form, that’s the ratio you need.”

After the Clarets clash, Albion go to Newcastle then Chelsea in September before Tottenham are the visitors on the first Saturday of October.

March added: “In another four games though, I think we will have a lot more points. It’s all positive, everyone is positive.

“The games will come thick and fast and we are doing well. We are creating chances and it’s only a matter to time before we are winning again.”

March has played in a variety of positions this season. He has been utilised as a left wing-back but moved back up on to the right wing in Albion’s defeat against champions Manchester City.

Albion’s under-23s face Chelsea tomorrow night in Premier League 2 at Stamford Bridge. Blues’ striker Callum Hudson-Odoi could make his return from injury.