Graham Potter has revealed he WON’T be asking for fans’ patience as Albion chase another win.

But he would love to see the supporters celebrating a second victory of the season.

The Seagulls are preparing to take on Newcastle after the frustration of dropping two late points at home to Burnley last Saturday.

Potter’s team were clapped off by many supporters for the third successive home game.

But a haul of two points from nine at the Amex is the chief reason why they are now four without a win in the Premier League.

They aim to put that right by repeating last season’s success on Tyneside.

Potter told The Argus: “As a football coach I have never been one to ask for patience because I know how it is.

“We know there is a lot for us to do. I can’t fault the players or the supporters.

“The supporters get behind us and, believe you me, we want to win for them as much as for ourselves. We will just keep trying.

“Man City away is a tricky game but, apart from that, we could have won all the games.

“But that’s the Premier League, that’s the challenge

“We have to not feel sorry for ourselves and move forward, take the good things from the performance against Burnley and move on to Newcastle, which is another test and another challenge for us.”

The fixture means a return for Glenn Murray to St James’ Park, where he was knocked out cold in an aerial collision last season.

Murray has played a slightly deeper role when partnering Neal Maupay and Aaron Connolly recently.

But Potter would love to see him get in the danger area as often as possible.

The Albion boss said: “I think Glenn enjoys being involved in the game and to link up. He does that well.

“But ultimately you want Glenn in the box.

“He had a couple of chances (against Burnley) and, on another day, they go in.

“Glenn ended up playing as a nine and Neal was on the left.

“Neal can play up either side or as the nine.”