Brighton's Greer wants perfection

14 February 2011 02:37
Brighton & Hove Albion captain Gordon Greer believes his side can improve their current performances.The Seagulls beat Hartlepool 4-1 at Withdean Stadium on Saturday to stay at the top of League One by three points. [LNB]The 30-year-old defender told BBC Sussex: "We conceded a sloppy goal and there were periods in the game we could have done better. [LNB]"We're all striving for perfection but it's very difficult to get that. We can get even better." [LNB]The former Kilmarnock and Swindon player added: "We won 4-1 but it should have been more. I'm really enjoying the challenge we've got here." [LNB]Albion now have a break from league action as they prepare to face Premier League side Stoke City in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Saturday. [LNB]"Our aim this year is to get promotion but to play in the last 16 of the FA Cup is great," the Scot added. [LNB]"It's a test we're really looking forward to. It'll be an honour for me if I lead the team out."

Source: BBC_Sport