Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan says they must not dwell on defeat to Leicester City last night.
Ryan felt Albion made some costly errors at both ends of the pitch, but says there is no time to be downbeat and feels they are still in a good position to maintain their Premier League status for another season.
He said, “We're in a difficult moment in the season and reflecting on the game, we could've taken something from it.
“At the end of the day we weren't good enough in the final moment; they took their chances and we didn't.
“It's disappointing, but we've got plenty of games left to turn it around. The only way
we'll get through this is through togetherness and hard work.
“We're our own harshest critics, but we've got big characters in the changing room and we'll leave no stone unturned and work as hard as we can to get ourselves out of this situation.
“We're still in a strong position to stay up, and we'll do absolutely everything to do that."