Brighton coach Porter said in an interview that the team has not won the "theocracy" of winning, and the outside world's expectations of the team must be close to reality.
After the 6th round of the Premier League, Brighton is currently ranked 16th with a record of 1 win, 2 draws and 3 losses with 5 points. In the last round of the game, they drew 1-1 with West Brom. Although the team performed well, it still attracted some criticism for not winning. Porter said: "For me, the most important thing is that we are in the Premier League. I know we are Brighton and have not been at this level for a long time in the history of the team, unless I missed something. We are all struggling to stay in the Premier League. We have not yet obtained the'theocracy' to win the game, so we can't put any pressure on ourselves."
"Most fans understand the history of the club and our background, but some people think we will win just because we are Brighton. I want them to explain to me why."
"In terms of the result of the draw with West Brom, we are a bit disappointed, but the team still has certain prospects; in terms of performance, we have made great progress, but we need to continue to improve. We must understand that at this level In the game, we must have no reservations, I believe the players also understand this."