LEWIS DUNK has set his sights on keeping Albion in the Premier League after marking his 300th appearance with a clean sheet.

Albion drew 0-0 against high-flying Wolves at Molineux to round off what was a special day for the skipper.

He said:” You can’t ask for more. I did my job at the back, got a clean sheet and also got the 300th appearance, so it was a good achievement.”

Dunk’s first appearance for Albion was in League One against Milton Keynes Dons during Gus Poyet’s reign at the age of 18.

Since then he has seen the Seagulls rise to the Premier League and led his boyhood club out at Wembley in their FA semi-final last season against Manchester City.

He was also capped by England in 2018 in a friendly against the United States.

Dunk, pictured, has seen all the hard work done to get Albion into the top flight and is desperate to keep them there.

The centre-half said: “I have seen the club grow to where it is now, and it is now bigger than ever, but this club needs to stay here.

“We want to stay here, and everyone in this building wants us to stay up, so we have just got to make sure we fight until the end of the season to make sure we do that.

“Hopefully, we can stay up this year and build on it next season with the gaffer and another pre-season under our belt.

“Then we can go again.”