Striker Neal Maupay felt Albion should have claimed their first home win of the season against Burnley.

Maupay scored in the 51st minute to put Albion ahead but substitute Jeff Hendrick secured a point for the visitors in the first minute of stoppage time.

It was a bitter blow for the Frenchman and his team-mates.

Maupay said: “We did enough to win.

“It wasn’t our best game. We didn’t start very well again but throughout the game we got better and we found solutions.

“We scored the first goal, which we thought was enough to win.

“But they scored a late goal so it was a frustrating game for us.”

Albion had 14 shots during the game with five on target including Maupay’s well-executed finish from Solly March’s chipped delivery.

The summer signing admits the Seagulls need to be more clinical.

He said: “We do create lot of chances but we can see we can do better.

“We only scored one goal but if we can be more efficient and we can score one, two or three goals then it will make games easier for us.

“But it is just five games into the season so we need to keep working hard and believing in our team, our quality.”

Albion have not won at home since March when they beat Huddersfield 1-0 but Maupay says this unwanted record does not play on their mind.

He said: “We can’t really think about that we need to focus on our game and how we can do better as a team.

“It will come definitely we have got the right mind-set we are all working hard and pushing in the same direction both the coaching staff and the players. It wasn’t today but if we keep going like that it will be very soon.”