Leeds United winger Jack Harrison has said the whites will look to impose theirselves against the seagulls this weekend.
Jack Harrison has been giving his thoughts on how his Leeds United side have been playing recently.
The winger is looking forward to taking on Brighton & Hove Albion this weekend, a side he believes will pose a threat and be a difficult team to face.
“They’re a really tough side to play against, so we’ll look to control as much as we can and impose ourselves,” Harrison explained.
“The way we prepare for every game, we’re always ready for any type of adaptation from our opponents.
“For us it’s about adapting quickly to what they are trying to do, and imposing ourselves and our style of play on the game. We don’t want to just manage them, we have to go both ways.
“We need to make sure they don’t do anything in attack, but once we get possession and we’re attacking, we have to make them work hard to defend.”
Harrison produced a superb assist last weekend for Dan James to score the opening goal against Spurs. Despite the defeat, United’s number 22 is taking the positives from the game.
He said: “We had a good first half, we felt we played well and dominated quite a lot of the game.
“In the second half they came out flying. They’ve got a lot of talent and organisation in that team, so they made it really difficult to play.
“There’s a lot we can learn from that second half but I think we can take a lot of positives from the first and hopefully we can take that into this weekend against Brighton.
“I don’t think the position in the league reflects the team and how we’ve played so far this season.
“I think we’ve been a bit unlucky with a lot of injuries and in some results at the start of the season we could have had three points instead of a draw.
“Little things like this add up, and I think our luck is finally starting to turn around and hopefully we can make it into a good year.”