MATY RYAN wants to make the Amex a fortress as Albion target a hat-trick of home wins.

The Seagulls have enjoyed back-to-back Premier League victories at Falmer after wins over Tottenham and Everton.

Albion stunned Spurs 3-0 prior to the international break at the start of October but prior to that had gone seven months without a Prem triumph on their own patch.

Albion sit tenth in the form table for home games. They have played five, won two, drawn two, lost just one and picked up eight of their 12 points from them.

Meanwhile, their visitors on Saturday Norwich sit bottom of the form table for away games having won none, drawn one and lost four to chalk up just one point from five games.

Everton had a similar record to Norwich and Albion keeper Ryan, pictured, hopes Albion can make the Amex a daunting place to come.

He said: “Before the Tottenham game it had been a while since we had won at home.

“On the back of last year’s poor form at home closing the season, it was important we turned it around quick to make the Amex a fortress.

“We want to take advantage of the fans being here, acting as an extra man for us, and you do that by getting the results.

“Having two wins on the bounce against good opponents is a really a big confidence boost for us as a side.”