Albion ace Jose Izquierdo is not bothered about their top six hoodoo - he just wants to stay up.

The in-form Seagulls host Arsenal at the Amex tomorrow with an opportunity to end their blank record against the Big Six in the Premier League.

They have established a four-point cushion over the relegation places in 12th but remain the only club yet to take any points from the Gunners, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Spurs or Chelsea.

Fellow promoted sides Huddersfield and Newcastle have both beaten Manchester United at home.

Next-to-bottom Stoke, Swansea in 18th and Crystal Palace in 17th have also recorded home wins against one of the League’s giants.

Even West Brom, six points adrift at the bottom, have drawn with Arsenal, Spurs and Liverpool.

Albion have leaked 18 goals and scored once in seven cracks at the top six so far.

Colombian winger Izquierdo told The Argus: “It’s difficult to have this record, but it’s another challenge for us.

“We don’t have to think about that, to do it because we have to break that. It’s more important to take the points for the big quarter of the season we have left to stay in the Premier League.

“Breaking that record comes after that. I am not tired of it, the statistics are there. In the end for me the most important thing is staying in the Premier League, not if we win against this team or that team.

“Each game is different. The players don’t come onto the pitch to lose. You never know what will happen in games. It’s football, anything can happen.”

Albion have lost their last five games against Arsenal in all competitions, but they have won two and drawn one of the last five meetings in the top flight.