CHRIS Hughton wants more true grit from Albion at Tottenham tomorrow night – and more of a goal threat.

The relegation-threatened Seagulls rediscovered their resilience in a welcome 0-0 draw at Wolves which ended a run of four straight Premier League defeats.

The stalemate at Molineux also stretched the goal drought in all competitions to nine hours.

Hughton said: "It sets a level (defensively) we know we have to be at. We can show what we showed.

"We didn't have many chances, we could have been better offensively when we broke.

"We needed a bit more link off the front and if we had that we might have had a chance to get something. They (Wolves) are a very good side.

"We never set up for a draw, we know what we’d like to do but we’re a team who, offensively, is lacking a bit of confidence.

"When you look at Glenn, Solly, who hasn’t got the goals we’d like this season, Jose now back but been missing for most of the season, it’s hard to get that balance.

"If we came here in the form we're in offensively and open up then it makes it a lot harder to get a result.

"It’s about getting a result in any way we can. Having a good structure, working as hard as we did and trying to restrict them.

"There were a few scruffy moments – the post, bar and Matt’s save – but I can’t recall a clear chance like one on one with the keeper.

"It’s hard to get that balance and if we were playing better, a little bit more freedom in our play, then it can be a little different but all that was important was getting the result."

Injury-hit Jose Izquierdo lasted the whole game on his first start since December after Albion lost Davy Propper to an early hamstring injury and skipper Bruno to second-half fatigue.

Hughton told The Argus: "We didn't expect to get more than 60 minutes out of him (Izquierdo). The bits when he's come on, he's done okay. It shows where he is at the moment. It's a surprise we got so much out of him."