Brighton winger Solly March is confident he can add goals to his game after picking up his fifth assist against Huddersfield Town.
March has played in every game for the Seagulls and only Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling, Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey and Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser have provided more assists in the Premier League this season.
He set up both assists for Brighton during the 2-1 win over the Terriers but he insists he needs to start adding goals to his game.
March told the Brighton Independent: “It’s nice to get assists obviously and a goal would be nice but I can’t complain. I’m contributing something to the team and I can’t ask for any more. “I’ve just got to keep working hard.
If I add goals to my game that would make me a more complete player but if I’m getting two assists a game, I can’t complain.”
March will be expected to start Tuesday’s clash with Crystal Palace before Chris Hughton’s men face Burnley, Chelsea and Bournemouth before Christmas Day.