Brighton and Hove Albion managed to claim a massive 1-0 win over Manchester United at home and they are far from the relegation zone where they were expected to be at this point of the season.
Lewis Dunk claimed that he believes that the future is great for his team and they can become a “massive Premier League club” if the owner will continue making investments and improving the squad constantly.
The defender spoke about his side’s future as he said, according to brightonandhoveindependent.co.uk:
“For me, it’s probably a little bit more special. I’ve seen the club rise from nothing really. I’ve seen it from the times where the university was our training ground.”
“But to see where the club is now, it’s amazing. We’re in the Premier League again next season, and it’s only going to improve from here.”
“We’ve got everything to be a massive club, and hopefully the chairman invests again and we’ll push on next season.”
“We looked at these last few games and it was a sore sight to see, but obviously we’ve secured safety in the first one.”