Marcos Painter admits Albion's 4-0 win over Charlton on this day ten years was one of their best away performances in his time at the club.

Albion who were top of League One at the time traveled to Charlton in good spirits having lost only one of their first 11 games of the season.

Charlton were unbeaten at home going into the game.

However, Albion cruised to victory thanks to goals from Inigo Calderon, Glenn Murray, Kazenga Lua Lua and Matt Sparrow.

And former Albion defender Painter recalled his memories of the game.

He said: “That result against Charlton sticks out for me.

“In the Build up to the game, Charlton with the reputation they had as a club having dropped down to League One from the Premier League, were considered a big club.

“For us with the squad we had and how well we were doing at the time it was a big game and one we were well up for.

“We were confident our squad was good enough to beat anyone on its day, especially in that division.

“I just remember as soon as we started the game that you could feel we were dominant.

He added: “It's one of those games that you can feel you have got the momentum, things are going your way and it's only a matter of time before you get your first goal.

“Once the first goal went in we went on and put them to bed. It was a great performance.

“Quite a few people were speaking about the headline’s 'Brighton destroy Charlton'.

"I didn’t know if it was a surprise to some, but not for us as a team because we had some really talented players that have gone on to have great careers.

“We were capable of doing that and it was only a matter of time within that season that we would do that sort of damage to a certain team and it happened to be Charlton.”