Albion head coach Graham Potter felt his side were unlucky not to have scored more goals against Leeds.

The Seagulls won 1-0 but had chances to extend their lead.

Leandro Trossard hit the bar in the first half and then blazed over from Neal Maupay's cross in the second half.

Despite that Potter was impressed by the goal they did score.

You can watch Albion's goal here

He said: "It was a good goal. I thought we were a bit unlucky not to score another one.

"We hit the bar and had a couple more opportunities.

"Leeds did not have many opportunities, Jack Harrison in the second half bent one the other side of the post, apart from that I cannot remember too much.

"Of course we were going to face pressure given how the game was set up, but I thought we dealt with it well again and there were a few guys out there who have played their third match in six days.

"Ben White, Lewis Dunk and Adam Webster have put in an incredible effort.

"But the rest of the boys to recover from Newport and Manchester City is a huge task and we are delighted."