Dean Wilkins today warned Albion to remain switched on if they want to pick up an overdue home win.

The Seagulls let slip a 2-1 lead to draw with ten-man Bournemouth on Tuesday. They have taken just two points from their last three home League One games, despite leading in all of them, ahead of Saturday's clash with Leyton Orient.

Wilkins, placed in charge on for an indefinite period after Mark McGhee's sacking, remains reluctant to speak in depth about future matches.

But he admits Albion need to be tougher mentally than they were on Tuesday.

He said: "We've got a wee bit of a habit going on at the moment conceding goals from set plays and having players sent-off.

"I just think we have to be stronger with ourselves and stronger collectively to make sure that doesn't happen.

"I think it is 100 per cent a mental thing. If you've got a task to mark somebody, you mark him until the ball is cleared. He doesn't get a free header. You deal with the player."

Skipper Dean Hammond is confident Albion can get a win against the club with whom he once had a loan spell. Hammond said: "We didn't win many games here last year but it's something we will work on and it will happen for us."

The Seagulls return to training this morning after being given yesterday off.