Albion head coach Graham Potter admits they were left a 'little bit frustrated' after they were held to a goalless draw against Everton.

The Seagulls dominated the game and had plenty of chances.

They had 23 efforts during the game, ten of which were off target and three on target.

Despite creating plenty Albion could not find their way past a resolute Everton defence.

But despite being left disappointed with the result, Potter admitted there was plenty of positives.

He said: "Well there was  little bit of frustration.

"I think overall we should focus on the good things we did, we showed a lot of intent, I thought we were the team that were closest to winning.

"I thought we lacked a bit in the final third in terms of decision or execution and I also thought Everton defended well when they had to.

"They had four centre backs and two full backs, so it is not easy to break down  and then also you have got the fact they have got good attacking players that could hurt you.

"So we reduced them to not too many chances at all, so at the end of the day it is a point, an important point and we have to move forward."

"So we did well to restrict them to very little chances."