Barnes accepts Brighton sub role

04 January 2011 02:36
Brighton and Hove Albion striker Ashley Barnes says he will accept playing a substitute role at the club.The 21-year-old has come off the bench in the last four matches and scored a late winner against Exeter on Monday. [LNB]He told BBC Sussex: "The squad is amazing and the gaffer [Gus Poyet] makes the decisions. [LNB]"We all stick by that and there's no complaints. You can't do much more than what I did and come on and score. I'm happy whatever he decides to do." [LNB]Meanwhile Barnes has praised strike partner Glenn Murray, who has scored six goals in his last four games.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "Without a doubt he's a fantastic striker to play with," Barnes said. [LNB]"You see his qualities in training and you know what he is going to do in game situations." [LNB]Brighton, who have a six point lead at the top of League One, welcome Portsmouth in the FA Cup on Saturday.

Source: BBC_Sport