ALBION captain Lewis Dunk is hopeful that the club can push on after a promising season.

The Seagulls are competing for a spot in the top half of the Premier League table and have achieved a record points total (47) with two more games to play.

Dunk believes that the club has improved year on year in England's top division and knows it can get better next season with some investment.

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He said: "I suppose to keep our squad together and maybe buy improve it and we'll see what happens in the summer.

"But yeah, I think we've got more than enough and we know we're more than capable to to keep pushing on each year.

"I think we've shown every year in the Premier League we've improved each year. So yeah, I think this year we had a period where we're disappointed with but you go through them in the Premier League, you're not gonna win every game.

"So you have to stick to get through the tough times. We did that and we got at the end of it. So we're in a good place.

"We will get on we're all together in in the same journey we're on so hopefully we can improve next year."