Date: 9th November 2015 at 9:42am
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Winger Jamie Murphy has said he was delighted to have found the net and helped Brighton back to winning ways against MK Dons this weekend.

Speaking to the Official Site following the two one victory on Saturday, he was also delighted to see the new club record of 17 games unbeaten set with the three points.

‘I feel like I can score goals from anywhere on the pitch. I am trying to beat last season`s goal tally so that`s coming into my head. You`ve got to be in the right position to score. If you`re standing outside the box, then the ball is not going to get to you. When it falls to you, you`ve got to hit sweetly. It was important to get the win; the draws are good against tough sides away from home, but it was great to win in front of our own fans.’

The 26 year old also praised the fans and thanked the club for giving him the opportunity to showcase his talents at a higher level, and he’s now just determined to repay that faith with solid performances and as many goals as he can.

‘I feel like I`ve been able to play in the Championship, but I`ve never been given the opportunity. It`s thanks to the club for giving me that opportunity. Now we`re all looking forward to the challenges ahead, especially in the games at home with the fans behind us. We definitely fancy ourselves.’

With the international break now upon us, Murhy also went on to praise the character of the squad for our showings so far this season and he assured fans that everybody is pulling in the same direction to try and continue our positive results so far this year and ultimately, hopefully, have a successful promotion challenge.

‘Everyone wants to keep working hard, there`s a great spirit in the dressing room and we`re all working together. There are obviously teams like Hull, Middlesbrough and Burnley who are the favourites, but it only takes one team to go on a run to get yourself up there. It`s obviously up to us to continue winning games to keep ourselves up there. We take every game as it comes. We`re doing our best to try and win every game and we want to keep that unbeaten run going.’

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