Bruno has said that the Brighton squad is optimistic ahead of their trip to the South Coast.
The Seagulls will take on Bournemouth in their next match in the Premier League.
Brighton and Hove Albion skipper Bruno has said that there is a sense of optimism ahead of their trip to Bournemouth this weekend. The Seagulls are currently in the 13th place on the league table and are looking to finish the season on a respectable position in the Premier League this season. They have endured six wins in their 17 matches so far and are hoping to clinch their seventh when they take on the South Coast club in their next match.
When asked about the atmosphere in the team ahead of the clash with the Cherries by the club website, the veteran right-back said, “They are a really good side who are very organised and play some really good football. It’s a tough place to go, but we are really positive. We are on a really good run of performances, playing good football and it will be great to go there and get three points.”
Bruno is now officially the oldest player in the Premier League, aged 38 years. While asked about how it feels to have such a lengthy career, the Brighton skipper said, “It’s important to have discipline day by day and to have good habits in terms of resting, training and eating properly. It’s good to have those habits, but I would say discipline is the main thing.”